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UK Supreme Court case: criminal sanctions for trade mark infringement

R v M; R v C and R v T The Supreme Court has held that the criminal sanctions under section 92(1) of the Trade Marks Act 1994 (“the Act”) will apply to the sale or so called “grey” market goods as well as counterfeit goods. The Supreme Court’s judgment, handed down last week, is

3D Printing: Are you 3DP Ready?

3D printing has already been around for decades and has disrupted certain industries, such as hearing aids. One likely impact is an increase in IP infringement, with Gartner predicting that this could reach $100 billion a year by 2018. Now that a number of key patents have expired, 3D printers are becoming cheaper and offer

EU: Relatively high level of attention in the field of pharmaceutical products

Once more the General Court has confirmed that the relevant public in the field of pharmaceutical products – consisting both of medical professionals and patients – displays, in general, a “relatively high” level of attentiveness vis-à-vis pharmaceutical trademarks (judgment of 24 September 2014, Case T-493/12, Sanofi SA v. OHIM / GP Pharm SA). The General