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Qatar Airways Fails To Register Its Trademark
The Swiss Administrative Court has upheld a decision of the Federal Institute of Intellectual Property (FIIP) in which the latter had refused to register the word mark QATAR AIRWAYS.
Switzerland
5 Feb 2013
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The Judge Punishes Those Who Come Too Late: Lack Of Trademark Protection Has Dramatic Consequences In The Künzli Case
In the past few years, Künzli SwissSchuh AG was embroiled in several trademark disputes with the US shoe manufacturer K-Swiss. K-Swiss was established in the 1960s by two Swiss who emigrated to Los Angeles (the original founders are no longer involved in the company). K-Swiss initially imported Künzli shoes to the US (while Künzli imported American sneakers to Switzerland), then started producing its own shoes and eventually became one of the leaders in the casual shoe sector.
Switzerland
11 Jul 2012
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Practical Consequences Of The Entry Into Force Of The 10th Edition Of The Nice Classification
The Nice Classification divides goods and services into 45 classes in order to simplify trademark registrations. The Nice Classification has been revised many times in the past, and most recently on 1 January 2012 (overview of revision of NCL 10).
Switzerland
10 Jul 2012
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