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Leonie van Sloten
Data privacy & litigation attorney
A Dutch district court has for the first time annulled a GDPR-fine from the Dutch Data Protection Authority (AP) - namely a €575,000 fine the AP had imposed on a broadcaster of amateur soccer. Most importantly, the AP's strict interpretation of the 'legitimate interest' ground for lawful processing of personal data has been quashed: instead of the strict 'if permitted by law' (positive test) interpretation, an interest is confirmed to be legitimate 'if not in violation with the law' (negative test). This ruling is highly relevant for the GDPR practice in the Netherlands and beyond, and is expected to have... (More)
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Trademark Registration in the US | USPTO Trademarks assume an essential job in recognizing your business from other comparative items in a serious market. They help your brand in creating marketing and promoting methodologies that help shoppers to distinguish your items and administrations effectively. Besides, trademarks award you with selective rights to utilize the sign in your trade. The United States Patent and Trade Office (USPTO) is the federal body responsible for registering trademarks in the US. The Lanham Act fundamentally administers US trademark law. Let us elaborate further on the steps involved in obtaining a trademark in the United... (More)
5 Things You Need To Know About Trademark Office Actions

Once you have applied for trademark registration, you wait eagerly to get that acceptance letter confirming the registration. But what if you get a letter stating that your mark was not approved for registration? Moreover, the office may request additional evidence as to why your mark should be approved for registration.

The basic fact is that it is usual for trademark applications to hit bumps in the road. When this occurs, the applicants will receive communication from the relevant authority on how to proceed further.