Posted on November 29th, 2007 by Editor
We started posting articles on trademarks matters in Russia, here is a list of recent ones:
- Russian Trademark Pirates forced Starbucks to delay launch of coffeehouses in Russia for almost 10 years
- Is where a better way of spotting whether a mark that looks like an
invented word might mean something in another language?
- Someone’s stolen my brand! How Russian trademark warehousers hijacked Starbucks, Amway, Kodak, Subway of their trademarks
- Leo Stoller’s Russian follower captures foreign trademarks and offers them back to their rightful owners – for $600,000
- Starbucks lost the right to the brand after a Moscow lawyer who specializes in claiming unused trademarks succeeded in winning the rights to it
- In Russia, Starbucks has taken squatter Sergei Zujkov to court for holding the rights to the Russian trademark for Starbucks LLC.
- Lexmark trademark case: now they’re convinced they should have registered trademark in Russia