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Questions remain over Google’s liability

Fionn O'Raghallaigh and Emma Barraclough, London


In a robust statement issued after Tuesday’s decision on the legality of its AdWords programme, Google claimed that the Court of Justice has cleared it of liability for trade mark infringement. Not all lawyers agree

Writing on the company’s blog, Google’s senior litigation counsel for Europe and the Middle East Harjinder Obhi said:

“Today, the Court confirmed that Google has not infringed trade mark law by allowing advertisers to bid for...


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Useful article on this week's webinar on geographic names and #TLDs - of interest to trademark folk. https://t.co/rWw0AMlxYJ

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Our ed James Nurton is moderating a panel at Superyacht Investor @syinvestor next week. Say hello if you're there!… https://t.co/l90ccpHAXd

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RT @uspto: Co-founder of @gogritorg demonstrated how innovation improves lives at USPTO's #WorldIPDay event. Read the #blog: https://t.co/m

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