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Do EU principles of free movement trump trade mark rights or vice versa?

Posted in Branding, Fair Use, Guest Bloggers, Infringement, Law Suits, Marketing, Mixed Bag of Nuts, Patents, Trademarks

Lauren Millward, Solicitor, Browne Jacobson LLP In recent times trade mark law in the UK has developed to comply with the fundamental principles of the EU including the free movement of goods and services within the EU. The decision of the Court of Appeal in the UK in Speciality European Pharma Ltd v Doncaster Pharmaceuticals… Continue Reading

FDA Trademark Approval

Posted in Branding, FDA Approval

–Susan Perera, Attorney One aspect of trademark law that we haven’t discussed here at DuetsBlog is FDA approval of trademarks for pharmaceuticals.  While there are certainly many benefits to federal trademark protection (and we would recommend seeking federal registration as the best way to solidify the broadest rights in your mark) trademark owners can choose… Continue Reading