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Amazon wins trademark battle against Davidoff perfume maker

Amazon has won a legal battle against the cosmetics firm behind Davidoff after the ecommerce giant listed unlicensed bottles of the perfume on its platform.

US Patent and Trademark Office uses authority granted under CARES act to temporarily extend due date for certain patent and trademark matters

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act gives the director of the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) the ability to manage due dates in patent and trademark matters if certain criteria are met.

Peloton defeats patent claim over stationary bikes, loses most counterclaims

A federal judge on Thursday dismissed a patent infringement claim against Peloton Interactive Inc by a company created by a former development partner for the maker of stationary bikes.

‘I Survived Corona’: the TM filings cashing in on a pandemic

As the world struggles to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic, the trademark registers have seen a spree of opportunistic filings related to the disease its impact on our lives.

Companies are trying to trademark ‘social distancing’

Since March 15, a dozen trademark applications have been filed for “social distancing” TMZ reports.

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