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A registered trademark – a pre-condition for IT

A registered trademark – a pre-condition for IT

Therese Ehring

Therese Ehring

It is no news that the trademark has a more important and prominent function today than ever before. […]

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Brexit and the effect on trademark rights

Brexit and the effect on trademark rights

Simon Ivarsson

Simon Ivarsson

This article has been updated 2020-01-30 Brexit has been an extended story – but with only 24 hours […]

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Time to review how you handle cookies after a new EU judgment

Time to review how you handle cookies after a new EU judgment

Simon Ivarsson

Simon Ivarsson

Many of our customers have raised the question of what really applies to cookies on a website. That […]

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I have a registered trademark – so naturally I have the rights to the domain name, right?

I have a registered trademark – so naturally I have the rights to the domain name, right?

Johanna Rafstedt

Johanna Rafstedt

Ports Group has won the dispute over the domain name flygresor.com for our client, Westcoast Digital AB, after […]

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Why MTR’s lawsuit against their IT provider in order to get control of their domains is a very good example of the importance of brand control – legally, digitally and technically.

Why MTR’s lawsuit against their IT provider in order to get control of their domains is a very good example of the importance of brand control – legally, digitally and technically.

Fredrik Larson

Fredrik Larson

Why MTR’s lawsuit against their IT provider in order to get control of their domains is a very […]

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The Trademark Attorney explains: How McDonald’s lost the right to BIG MAC

The Trademark Attorney explains: How McDonald’s lost the right to BIG MAC

Fredrik Larson

Fredrik Larson

On January 11th this year, the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) decided that McDonald’s loses its BIG […]

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