Adamson Jones acquires life science specialist Symbiosis IP & more…Keep up with what has been happening this week in our latest IP news round-up…

Ruling on trademark case suggests German retailer could melt down and reuse the offending rabbits. The federal court in Lausanne has ordered the German discount retailer to stop selling its version of the rabbit-shaped confectionery and to destroy all its remaining stock.

Fenwick Recognised Among Managing IP’s Leading US Firms, Receives Top Rankings for IP and IP Litigation

Managing Intellectual Property (Managing IP) has recognised Fenwick in its 2022 IP Stars guide as one of the leading IP practices in the United States, with top rankings nationally, as well as in California, New York and Washington.

Adamson Jones acquires life science specialist Symbiosis IP

Alongside Adamson Jones, the acquisition of Symbiosis enhances the development of complementary business services with an IP and brands focus. Gateley aims to build an industry relevant patent and trademark attorney offering via a mix of acquisitive and organic growth, and by adding new patent specialisms and geographical areas.

Splunk suit claims Cribl built on stolen log management IP

Former Splunk employees and industry watchers reacted to a lawsuit filed by Splunk this week alleging that Cribl’s business is based on stolen log management code.

IP Lawyers in high demand as clients seek protection in complex landscape, The Legal Intellegencer

The arrival of partner Meaghan Kent was announced in a The Legal Intelligencer article covering the push by law firms to hire intellectual property (IP) lawyers.

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