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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.

Maria Svensson

Maria Svensson

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

Maria Svensson

Maria Svensson

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

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Fake domains spread fake news

Fake domains spread fake news

Fredrik Larson

Fredrik Larson

Since domain names became readily available for everyone to register, domain names registered in bad faith have been […]

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CrossFit – The value of a “strong” trademark

CrossFit – The value of a “strong” trademark

Fredrik Larson

Fredrik Larson

Photo courtesy of CrossFit Inc. This weekend, Swedish athlete Lukas Högberg achieved what many athletes all over the […]

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Sweden and Switzerland – What’s the difference, Really?

Sweden and Switzerland – What’s the difference, Really?

Fredrik Larson

Fredrik Larson

Today, Sweden face Switzerland in the World Cup. An occurrence that most certainly will cause one or two […]

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