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TM assignment, CTM & the Poteen: General Court and the Craic of EU law interpreting
Tags: general court, OHIM, assignment, CTM, poteen, potin, potcheen, Ireland
Posted By: Laetitia Lagarde
Posted on 19/09/2011 @ 12.05
 
'Honest concurrent use': Ireland suspends its current practice
Tags: Ireland, honest concurrent use
Posted By: Jeremy Phillips
Posted on 03/05/2011 @ 16.57
 
Ireland opts to retain relative grounds examinations
Tags: Ireland, relative grounds examinations
Posted By: Jeremy Phillips
Posted on 05/07/2010 @ 09.29
 
Ireland: new guidelines for dealing with extensions in time
Tags: Ireland, office guidelines, extensions
Posted By: Jeremy Phillips
Posted on 21/04/2010 @ 16.21
 
Irish trade mark law: a new book is published
Tags: Book review, Ireland
Posted By: Jeremy Phillips
Posted on 27/05/2009 @ 09.41
 
Jameson stops export-only infringement of whiskey mark
Tags: Ireland, passing off, trade mark infringement
Posted By: Jeremy Phillips
Posted on 10/10/2008 @ 08.17
 
British bank reaches out to Irish consumers in order to secure ECB cash
Tags: brand extension, ECB funds, Ireland
Posted By: Jeremy Phillips
Posted on 19/08/2008 @ 17.35
 
Written grounds and Irish Patents Office decisions
Tags: Ireland, written grounds
Posted By: Jeremy Phillips
Posted on 12/08/2008 @ 17.18
 
FOOTACTION not "well known" in Ireland in absence of supporting evidence
Tags: Ireland, Paris Convention, well-known mark
Posted By: Jeremy Phillips
Posted on 21/07/2008 @ 05.59
 
Botox escapes 'genericity' trap
Tags: Botox, Ireland, trade mark infringement
Posted By: Jeremy Phillips
Posted on 29/06/2008 @ 10.04