"Hello Kitty: not a cat?" is the striking but -- to this Kat quite unsurprising -- title of an article by Hannah Marsh, published in The Telegraph earlier this week. in relevant part, the article reads (with spellings corrected):"...

By Jeremy, The IPKat blog

The Huawei v ZTE CJEU (C-170/13) oral hearing took place on 11 September 2014.  As ‘standardized’ readers will know this case has the potential to bring about a sea-change in EU policy on the enforcement of SEPs and so is being followed very carefully all over Europe – and even beyond

By Helen Hopson, Bristows LLP

On September 16, 2014, the International Trade Commission (the "Commission") issued an order and opinion granting Respondents' motion to correct or clarify the cease and desist orders in Certain Digital Models, Digital Data, and Treatment Plans For Use in Making Incremental Dental Positioning Adjustment Appliances...

By Eric Schweibenz and Kate Cappaert, Oblon Spivak

Fashion Week has just started in New York, and to mark this event, here is an interesting trade mark and fashion case, filed not in New York however, but in Indiana.  Fashion and cosmetics company Chanel is suing Chanel’s Salon LLC, a beauty salon located in Merrillville, Indiana, and its owner, Chanel Jones, for trade mark infr

By Marie-Andree Weiss, The IPKat blog