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The Confusion of Copyright Fair Use


“It would be hard to find anyone in this room who would not be confused as to where copyright fair use is today,” said Kate Spelman, Senior Copyright Counsel at Microsoft.

Collaborative Branding: Trademark Lawyers and Marketers


Although a company’s marketing and legal departments often have contrasting approaches to brands, it’s necessary for the teams to build trust and cultivate a positive working relationship, as Aislinn Burton finds out.

Building Bridges with E-Platforms and Law Enforcement

China, International25-05-2018

China is the world’s largest e-commerce market, and a prospective new law will change things for trademark owners tackling infringement online. Sarah Morgan reports.

Blue-Sky Thinking


Aislinn Burton catches up with INTA’s Director of Legal Resources, Liz Hanellin, about the Association’s expanding focus and how her department helps members to find important IP resources at the click of a button.

Changes to WHOIS Spell Trouble for Trademark Enforcement

EU, International23-05-2018

Changes resulting from the European Union General Data Protection Regulation could cause major headaches for trademark owners who need to police their marks online, as Lori Schulman, INTA’s Senior Director, Internet Policy, tells Ed Conlon.

Getting IP to the Top of the Agenda


Deborah Cohn, INTA’s Senior Director of Government Relations, is responsible for getting IP issues heard by in the U.S. Government, as she tells Sarah Morgan.

Going to the Next Level

EU, International23-05-2018

Brand owners have been largely reluctant to explore the potential uses of “dot brand” top-level domains, but many companies may be happy just to have one, as Sarah Morgan finds out.

Choose Your Battles


As the workload of the U.S. Trademark Trial and Appeal Board grows, Gerard Rogers, Chief Administrative Trademark Judge, explains the challenges and his priorities to Ed Conlon.

Staying on Your Toes


The IP work at the National Basketball Association (NBA) is exciting and fast-paced, much like the game itself, says NBA Executive Vice President and Deputy General Counsel Ayala Deutsch in an interview with Aaron McDonald.

Linking the Real and the Virtual


The Pokémon Company International —renowned for its popular trading card game, video games, animation, and more recently a location-based augmented reality game, Pokémon GO—must stay on top of global legal issues as the company evolves, as Kaoru Otawara, Assistant General Counsel, tells Aaron McDonald.

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