‘OSHO’ brand ruling in a European court has split the worldwide followers of the India-born spiritual guru once again, writes Abhay Vaidya in the Hindustan Times, on December 5, 2017.
Osho talks about the copyright on the meditation The Four Directions. “So my suggestion to you is that the best will be to call it No Directions.”
A letter from Neeraj about the recent European decision to accept the sign OSHO® as a branding / trademark for products and services.
On October 11, 2017, the European Court of Justice pronounced its verdict in the OSHO trademark case, writes Ramateertha [of Osho Lotus Commune, Cologne, Germany].
The court dismissed the petition by Osho Lotus Commune, Cologne (Germany), against the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) on the trademark case. The Cologne commune had bitterly contested the ownership of the ‘Osho’ trademark by the OIF, Zurich. Abhay Vaidya in Hindustan Times, Pune, on October 13, 2017
François Pilet writes in L’Hebdo, weekly French-language news magazine, Lausanne, Switzerland, on December 11, 2014
Sangeet’s in-depth analysis about the ongoing court case involving OIF, Zurich and the forged ‘will’.
An update on the present court cases regarding the European TM case and the Swiss Ruling for OIF, Zurich.
While an investigation into OIF is underway in Switzerland, there’s news about the European TM case and several letters have been distributed which you can read via the links given below. Ramateertha has responded to the letter by the Inner Circle on June 26, 2014 (PDF):
Osho News had several inquiries lately about the ongoing court cases with regard to the alleged will of Osho, and the alleged copyrights and trademarks of Osho’s words.
A look at how Facebook’s policy discriminates against people connected to Osho because of claims made by OIF.