Written by: Luka Jelčić
Intercontinental Great Brands LLC (part of the Mondelez group of companies) successfully protected the OREO brand as the Croatian Appeal Board decided that Koestlin’s Paris Nero Vanilla is confusingly similar with the famous OREO cookie. Continue reading “Mondelez successfully protects OREO brand in Croatia”
Written by: Milica Stanojevic and Nikola Kliska
During the past few years we have noticed an unusual situation on the Serbian market or, more precisely, a phenomenon known as “Kc socks”.
The increasing popularity of these socks among Serbian consumers incited us to inform the trademark holder about it. Once the Calvin Klein Trademark Trust (CKTT) was notified, they became very interested in inestigating the situation more closely.
Continue reading “Kc socks – failure or a smart business decision?”
Going against Trademark infringers in Serbia might be easier than you think. Continue reading “United we (should) stand!”
John Lennon’s widow, Yoko Ono, pressured a Polish family business selling vegan flavoured lemonade called John Lemon in few EU countries to settle on alleged infringement of John Lennon’s trademark and personal rights. Continue reading “When life gives you lemon…”
The answer is no.
But it is also not entirely clear who holds the copyright to a selfie taken by an animal. The experts’ opinions are divided. Some say that works created by non-humans are not copyrightable, others say that it depends on whether the photographer has made a creative contribution to the work. Continue reading “Can a monkey own a copyright to a photo?”