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WIPR's India focus: steady progress, but plenty still to do

India01-10-2011

India is continuing its charge to become one of the most influential economic powers in the world. But with this status comes a range of IP challenges. WIPR takes a look.

How effective are Indian border measures?

India01-10-2011Mahua Roy Chowdhury

Changes to India's customers law have helped, but brands need to get more involved in tackling counterfeiting, says Mahua Roy Chowdhury.

National copyright administration releases leading copyright infringement cases

China01-10-2011Stephen Yang

A campaign designed to combat Internet infringement and piracy began in July 2010 and ended in June 2011.

ISP liability: the implications of L’Oréal v eBay

Dominican Republic01-10-2011Jaime R. Angeles

A person who uses or reproduces a work, without conventional or legal authorisation, may be harming the copyright holder.

What is the difference between advertising and providing information?

France01-10-2011Aurélia Marie

Medical advertising is highly regulated. The advertising of prescription medicine is even prohibited.

Used software questions go to Europe's highest court

Germany01-10-2011Julia Vogtmeier

In the digital world, the online transferability of software is an important feature for software users. It makes the purchase of software easy and uncomplicated.

Contributing to copyright infringement

Israel01-10-2011Michael Factor

The Israel Labour Party subsidises a student society at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Mount Scopus Campus.

ITC: a year in review 2011

01-10-2011

The US ITC has continued to grow in popularity as a first point of call for international IP disputes, because of its speed and the range of remedies available. WIPR takes a look at some of its headline activities.

An interview with Boris Simonov

Russia01-08-2011

WIPR talks to Boris Simonov, director general of Russia's Federal Service for Intellectual Property, about changes to the country's IP framework and a growing need for innovation.

Living off fame: protecting a celebrity's name in India

India01-08-2011Amritesh Mishra

Globalisation of the market has made it essential to protect a celebrity’s name. Amritesh Mishra considers how India is equipped to protect celebrity rights.

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