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Counterfeit L'Oreal Products: eBay Not Liable
Cosmetic maker L'Oreal appealed a French court's ruling that found eBay wasn't liable for selling fake L'Oreal products on its auction Web sites. EBay is the world's online marketplace; a place for buyers and sellers to come together and trade almost anything. Selling on eBay Here's how eBay works: A ... Read more

Hilton, Trademarks and Not-So-Hot for Hallmark
Update Hallmark will be enclosing a big fat check with its greetings to Paris Hilton. Lawyers for the greeting card company told a California judge they reached a settlement in the lawsuit filed by the Hilton hotel heiress. Hilton sued the card company in 2007 for using her face and catchphrase “That’s ... Read more

Trademarks, Service Marks and Small Business
The goal of any business, even a non-profit organization, is to make money. So, how do you that? You need customers to buy or use your small business's goods or services. And, one of the best ways to do that is to get the public to know the name of your product, service and company. Trademarks and service ... Read more

Trademark Licensing
If you are buying a franchise, make sure that you will be allowed to use the franchisor's trademark in operating your franchise. A trademark is any word, name, symbol, or device used by a person to identify and distinguish his or her goods from those manufactured or sold by others and to indicate the ... Read more

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BGH: Fruit juice can be promoted with description "lernstark"

In its judgment of December 10, the BGH ruled that statements such as “lernstark” (fast learner) and “Mit Eisen zur Unterst¿¿tzung der Konzentrationsf¿¿higkeit” (with iron ... Read more

Bundeskartellamt has audio books in its sights

Audio books have attracted the attention of the Bundeskartellamt (German Federal Cartel Office). The competition watchdog is investigating whether an online mail order company and a manufacturer of co ... Read more

Sweeping advertising statements can be misleading

The Landgericht Berlin (Regional Court of Berlin) ruled on April 14, 2015 that blanket advertising of savings is misleading to consumers (Az.: 103 O 124/14). GRP Rainer Lawyers and Tax Advisors in ... Read more

EGC: Test procedure for vacuums not misleading to consumers

Specifications regarding the energy consumption of empty vacuum cleaners do not infringe competition law. That was the decision of the General Court of the European Union (EGC) in its ruling of Novemb ... Read more

Poaching employees is part of free competition

According to a ruling of the OLG Oldenburg (Higher Regional Court of Oldenburg), luring employees away from competitors does not constitute a violation of competition law (Az. 6 U 135/15). GRP Rain ... Read more

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