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Gmail Branding Faces Problems Worldwide

By February 27, 2007June 9th, 2020No Comments

First Google was barred from using “Gmail” in the UK due to prior registration of the trademark by a local financial services company. Then a group of Polish poets refused to relinquish and last week a Swiss court refused to hear Google’s arguments about the use of Gmail by a German venture capitalist.

Now Google China is facing issues as ISM Technologies who own refuse to sell the domain to Google. Given that intellectual property issues in China can become complicated by politics, the battle for establishment of Gmail as a worldwide brand for Google seems to be far from over.