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Diving down into the dark web

International01-12-2017

The dark web may be hard to access for the average internet user, but brand owners need to pay closer attention to IP infringement taking place there. WIPR reports.

The way ahead for NAFTA

Canada, Mexico, US01-12-2017

Mexico’s IP system has benefited from the North American Free Trade Agreement, signed nearly 25 years ago, but there are concerns over the US’s future participation, as WIPR finds out.

Tokyo 2020: taking part, and winning

International, Japan29-11-2017Sports

Tokyo 2020 has already been embroiled in some embarrassing IP mishaps, but the Olympic Committee, police and customs are determined to tackle any IP infringement that might arise, as WIPR finds out.

Technological revolution, IP evolution

Mexico28-11-2017Nuria Becerril

As technological developments continue to affect business in Mexico, there are some major IP reforms being discussed in the country, says Nuria Becerril of Becerril, Coca & Becerril.

Louis who: counterfeiting or infringement?

International28-11-2017Dennemeyer & Associates

The difference, if any, between trademark-infringing and counterfeit goods is an issue that is often raised by clients of global IP firm Dennemeyer & Associates, which gives a rundown of different views from around the world.

Online counterfeiting: You can run, but you can’t hide

Brazil, International27-11-2017Rafael Lacaz Amaral

With the help of tracking technology, it is increasingly difficult for online IP infringers to go undetected, as Rafael Lacaz Amaral of Kasznar Leonardos explains.

Netherlands jurisdiction report: EU trademark reform and its effects on practice

Netherlands22-11-2017Michiel Rijsdijk

As of October 1, 2017 the last part of the new EU trademark regulation has come into effect. There has been a substantial number of publications inside and outside the EU on what to expect from the new regulation. Below is a short overview with some practical pointers on how the new regulation will affect trademark practice in the EU.

Mexico jurisdiction report: Further hope for non-traditional marks

Mexico22-11-2017Stefi Leunig

The current Mexican IP legislation covers the following trademark types: word marks, design (figurative) marks, 3D marks, and composite marks (mix of any of the types of marks).

France jurisdiction report: Many names, one owner

France21-11-2017Aurélia Marie

Extra-judicial proceedings can be initiated by a trademark owner against an alleged domain name registered fraudulently, to obtain its withdrawal or transfer through a decision rendered by one or several panellists.

IP Summit 2017 conference preview: How to secure your IP future

EU, International21-11-2017

Speakers from Microsoft, Cisco and the European Commission make up a distinguished line-up at the IP Summit 2017, which will be held on December 7 and 8 in Brussels, as WIPR finds out

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