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Today (14 May) the EU General Court reached a judgement on the trademark NEYMAR that was registered by Portuguese businessman Carlos Moreira and which Paris Saint-German’s star footballer Neymar applied to cancel. Novagraaf’s Casper Hemelrijk examines the trademark battle and the final decision by the EU General Court.
When you think about cocktails, the last thing that comes to mind is intellectual property (IP) law. However, in celebration of this year’s World Cocktail Day on 13 May, we’ve taken some time out to investigate the heady mix of IP and booze.
There is significant hype around the imminent birth of ‘Baby Sussex’, with lots of bets being placed on the baby’s due date, sex and name, as well as rumours that the baby has already secretly been born. It’s only a matter of time before the trademark applications begin.
We have written previously of the importance of providing evidence of trademark use from both a general and EU point of view; here, Chantal Koller provides the Swiss perspective.