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IP in Brazil: Widening the scope of enforcement

Brazil20-05-2018Eriça Tomimaru

IP owners in Brazil can employ a range of measures to tackle the scourges of counterfeiting and piracy, which are particularly problematic in the South American country. Eriça Tomimaru of Di Blasi, Parente & Associados reports.

France jurisdiction report: Progress on Brexit

France19-05-2018Aurélia Marie

Brexit discussions between European authorities and the UK have moved forward and the alarmist communication of the European Commission on December 1, 2017, which was countersigned by the European Union Intellectual Property Office, has to be reconsidered in light of the agreement proposed by the Commission and published on February 28, 2018 (European Commission Draft Withdrawal Agreement TF50 [2018] Commission to EU 27, 28 February 2018).

Time to tackle piracy through dispute resolution

India19-05-2018Jaya Mandelia

Copyright owners face an array of challenges in protecting and enforcing their rights online, including on social media, and it’s time for a new dispute-resolution policy that is administered internationally, says Jaya Mandelia of Singh & Singh.

IACC: Working together to connect the dots

17-05-2018Travis Johnson

Collaboration between and among all the relevant stakeholders, and removing the obstacles to such cooperation, are vital to addressing the growing threat of counterfeits, says Travis Johnson of the International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition.

Marques: What rights owners need to know about EU copyright reform

16-05-2018Cristina Duch, Thomas Hvammen Nicholson, Franz Gernhardt, Christian Schumacher

European trademark association Marques has established a copyright team which, among other things, is assessing the scope and probable impact of the EU copyright reform package, as four members of the team report.

Conference preview: LESI 2018 Annual Conference

US27-04-2018

From April 29 to May 1, LESI will welcome more than 500 IP professionals to San Diego, California, for three days of education, networking, and professional development.

Bubbling to the surface: copyright for graffiti

US13-04-2018Fashion, RetailBarbara Hoffman

Whether graffiti art can be protected by copyright law is not usually discussed, but alleged unauthorised use by H&M has brought the matter to the surface. Barbara Hoffman of The Hoffman Law Firm reports.

GDPR: a threat to global online brand protection?

EU11-04-2018Alexander Heirwegh

There are fears among IP owners that the pending GDPR in Europe will make it difficult to track down infringers online, undoing years of good work by the Whois system. Alexander Heirwegh of law firm Petillion reports.

Nordic IPR 2018 preview: an interview with Ericsson

28-03-2018IQPC

Companies that more readily adopt cooperative strategies may have access to a much wider platform for knowledge and innovation, says Peter Ericsson-Nestler of Ericsson in an interview before April’s Nordic IPR 2018.

IP Pages 2018: Message from the Kyosei president

Japan13-03-2018

Since our establishment as an IP law firm in 1970, we at Kyosei International Patent Office have been providing individuals and a variety of companies and other organisations with professional services to protect and enhance their IP rights.

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