Zoku has won a ruling by the Korean Trademark Office that enforces the company’s intellectual property rights for its award-winning and patented Quick Pop Maker, which freezes ice pops in as little as seven minutes, without electricity.
The Korean Trademark Office refused the registration of an imitative mark, stating it did not qualify for registration under Article 7(1)(12) of the Korean Trademark Act.
“We are satisfied with the outcome of this ruling. Protecting our patents and trademarks has always been an imperative part of our strategy, and we will continue to vigorously enforce our intellectual property rights to protect our products, brand, and reputation,” said Ken Zorovich, President of Zoku.
Zoku holds 25 U.S. and International patents on its technology and designs, and has many patents pending.