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The requirements of form and function

Mexico26-05-2017

Industrial designs in Mexico do function well, but applicants must be clear on the rules surrounding subject matter eligibility, as well as other issues, says Octavio Espejo of Becerril, Coca & Becerril.

Event preview: Anti-Piracy and Content Protection Summit

US26-05-2017

Looking forward to the Anti-Piracy and Content Protection Summit in Los Angeles from June 26 to 28, Gregg Housh discusses the main issues to be covered, including strategies for fighting content infringement online.

EUIPO: New Name, New Tasks

EU23-05-2017

The European Union Intellectual Property Office has a lot on its plate, especially as a new batch of trademark reforms are set to come into force later this year, as Luis Berenguer, Member of the Executive Director’s Cabinet and Spokesperson of the Office, tells Sarah Morgan.

Fighting the Pirates in Russia

Russia22-05-2017Evgeny Alexandrov and Sergey Medvedev

Russia’s Anti-Piracy Law has been an effective tool for IP owners seeking to enforce their rights online, as Evgeny Alexandrov and Sergey Medvedev of Gorodissky & Partners report.

INTA 2017: Logo Protection—Trademark v. Copyright 

International22-05-2017

While logos are often protected by trademarks, copyright can be a useful protection tool as well, panelists suggested yesterday.

Panama Supreme Court: Meet the President

Panama21-05-2017

With a postgraduate degree in copyright and related rights, the President of Panama’s Supreme Court of Justice, José Eduardo Ayú Prado Canals, has a head start when dealing with IP cases.

São Tomé and Príncipe: a breath of fresh air for IP

São Tomé and Príncipe19-05-2017

The IP law in São Tomé and Príncipe, a country in the Equatorial Atlantic, has been updated and improved in a number of areas. Inês Monteiro Alves and Daniela Dinis of Inventa International report.

The end of turmoil

Brazil17-05-2017Gabriel Francisco Leonardos and Pedro Vilhena

Three major developments in Brazil suggest the country is entering an exciting era for IP owners. Gabriel Francisco Leonardos and Pedro Vilhena of Kasznar Leonardos report.

An evidence-based approach

China17-05-2017Zhang Xu

Big data can assist IP owners in a range of ways and should be welcomed with open arms, says Zhang Xu of HongFangLaw.

Preview: IACC Spring Conference 2017

International, Spain16-05-2017

With the IACC Spring Conference 2017 taking place in Barcelona from May 17 to 19, the IACC previews the talking points that are likely to feature prominently.

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