In July ICANN proposed several measures aimed at clamping down on abuse of the domain name system. WIPR's sister publication TBO looks at some of the proposals and assesses how effective they will be.
If the UK chooses not to ratify the UPC Agreement and therefore London relinquishes its seat on the central division, Milan would be willing and able to replace it, as Elena Martini of Martini Manna Avvocati reports.
Several questions surround the future of the Unified Patent Court Agreement in light of Brexit, including whether the system can continue without the UK. Marianne Schaffner of Dechert investigates.
Virgin Group, Lacoste and Volkswagen all recorded cybersquatting victories recently at WIPO’s Arbitration and Mediation Center. TBO provides a summary of the disputes and their implications.
The end result of Brexit will probably depend on whether the UK remains a member of the EEA, and how the UK and EU legislative bodies react to the implications of the departure, say Ulrich Worm and Benjamin Beck of Mayer Brown, who assess the scenarios for IP owners.
The UK’s vote to leave the EU is likely to have a significant impact on filing strategies for designs and trademarks in both jurisdictions, says Ulrike Grübler of DLA Piper.
Costs, reputation and refiling are just some of the issues on the minds of trademark and design practitioners following the UK’s vote to leave the EU, but there is still much debate about exactly what the impact of Brexit will be. Flip Petillion and Diego Noesen of Crowell & Moring report.
While US courts and the USPTO continue to apply the Mayo test differently, patent practitioners should consider three strategies to promote subject matter eligibility in light of Alice and Enfish, says Christa Brown-Sanford of Baker Botts.
Jean Guillon, chief executive at gTLD consultancy service Jovenet Consulting, provides a snapshot of the uptake—or not—of new gTLDs. This week, he focusses on new gTLDs related to the finance industry.
Brands fighting counterfeiting in China should incorporate several tools into their strategies, such as initiating cyber/targeted investigations and monitoring their supply chains carefully, as Lee Macfarland of CBI Consulting reports.
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