Monte Carlo and Skoda Reach Trademark Settlement, Ironman Product Licensing in India, Kashmir Saffron GI, Kardarshian Trademarks and Other News
Indian Trademark Statistics for February (Third Week), Trademark Settlement between Breweries, Walmart and Its Happy Face, Keeping Up with Kardashian’s Trademark, Kashmir Saffron Filed for GI and more, brought to you by the Trademark Attorneys at BananaIP (BIP) Counsels.
TRADEMARK QUOTE OF THE WEEK
“A brand is a voice and a product is a souvenir.” – Lisa Gansky
INTERESTING BRAND NEWS
Walmart’s Happy Face
INDIAN TRADEMARK UPDATES
Monte Carlo and Skoda Reach Trademark Settlement
INTERNATIONAL TRADEMARK UPDATES
Keeping Up With Kardashian’s Names
Breweries Say Cheers and Settle
BRAND LICENSING UPDATES
Ironman Triathlon Licensing in India
GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATION UPDATES
Kashmir Saffron GI
Saffron, one of the prized and costliest spices in the world is predominantly cultivated in the State of Jammu and Kashmir. Kashmir’s saffron is known for its intrinsic characters primarily because of its strong colors and flavor. Saffron finds use in the perfumery and cosmetic industries, besides being the most sought after additive in the foods industry. The application was filed by The Agriculture Production Department, Jammu and Kashmir in December, 2018.
BANANAIP TIP OF THE WEEK
One does not need a trademark registration to oppose the trademark of another. As long as a trademark is in continuous use, the application of another for a same or similar mark, can be opposed as it will cause consumer confusion if granted.
Author: BIP Trademark Attorneys
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