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ISPs ordered to block websites infringing trademarks and must pay for implementation

On 6 July 2016, the Court of Appeal of England and Wales upheld the validity of injunctions requiring the five leading Internet service providers (“ISPs”) in the UK to block consumer access to websites marketing counterfeit goods and infringing trademarks.  Significantly, the ISPs, as intermediaries for the infringement, were burdened with the costs of implementing … Continue Reading

Giant multinational Unilever drops suit against innovative start-up Hampton Creek over eggless “mayonnaise”

On October 31 of last year, Unilever filed a lawsuit against Hampton Creek, a start-up company that makes Just Mayo, an eggless spread that tastes like mayonnaise, only to drop the suit a month and a half later. Unilever claimed that Just Mayo was stealing market share from its Hellman’s and Best Foods mayonnaise products … Continue Reading
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