How could Louis Vuitton, a well-known brand, fail to prevent the registration of a competing trademark?

On November 2, 2020 Louis Vuitton Malletier filed an opposition against the application for registration of the figurative mark “LOVES … Continued


The UDRP PROCEDURE is designed to deal with cases of abusive cybersquatting. Since the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation … Continued


The name < PARISTECH.ORG >, operated by Parisian entrepreneurs, would not infringe Paritech’s rights. At the end of the year … Continued

Legal Watch: Two people file a complaint regarding the same domain name

When two people file a complaint regarding the same domain name, the domain name’s transfer isn’t necessarily granted to the … Continued

Metaverse: is it necessary to register specific trademarks for protection?

*Image generated by DALL-E 3, Microsoft Version The metaverse -a parallel virtual world which is booming in the Web 3.0 era- … Continued

Is it possible to invoke a trademark that is not protected in the defendant&#8217;s country?

The trademark invoked by the applicant does not necessarily have to be protected in the country of the respondent WIPO … Continued

Online Trademark Protection

Monitoring, protecting and promoting your trademarks online: these are the core business activities of the Dreyfus law firm. Our team … Continued

The next round of application for gTLDs

In 2013, ICANN launched a vast operation to remedy domain name saturation and promote competition by setting up new gTLDs. … Continued

Are trademark payment notices always to be trusted?

Prepare and prevent, don’t repair and prevent…This saying also applies to trademarks, since fraudulent payment notices are becoming more and … Continued

The reputation of the trademark is not enough to prove typosquatting

When you are the owner of a well-known trademark and you detect a domain name that is almost identical to … Continued