Design rights infringement. This is the judgement on an inquiry as to damages for infringement of unregistered design rights (UK and Community), passing off and breach of copyright following a liability judgment of Mr. Stuart Isaac QC handed down on 31st July 2012.
At the outset of discussing the Rihanna passing off case it is important to note that the case of Fenty v. Arcadia  EWHC 2310 (Ch) (the “Rihanna case”) is not a case that is concerned with image rights, but passing off, Mr Justice Birss was at pains to assert this at the outset of his judgment.
This article is on the apple intellectual property lawsuit. In the Court of Appeal (CoA) on appeal from the High Court Chancery Division the Hon Mr Justice Floyd Before: Lord Justice Moore-Bick, Lord Justice Rimmer and Lord Justice Kitchin Between: Samsung Electronics Co Ltd and Apple Retail UK Ltd Apple sales International 
Apple Samsung intellectual property rights. Community registered design – Declarations of non-infringement-Jurisdiction – Threats -Whether permission to serve out of the jurisdiction to be set aside – Whether later claim for declaration of non-infringement before the national court to be stayed-Interpretation of art 9(1(1) of the Community Designs Regulations – Whether good arguable case
Overcoming trademark oppositions Overcoming trademark oppositions as part of the trademark registration process. […]
High Court of Justice, Chancery Division, Intellectual Property, Community Trade Mark
Before: Mr Justice Birss
(1) Hearst Holdings Inc
(2) Fleischer Studios Inc
(1) A.V.E.L.A. Inc
(2) Poeticgem Limited
(3) The Partnership (Trading) Limited
In Playboy Enterprises, Inc. V. Frena  The Defendant John Frena operated a subscription computer […]