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Sweden jurisdiction report: The scourge of fake trademark renewals

Sweden18-05-2018Maria Zamkova

Have you ever received an invoice from the EPTR (“European Patent and Trademark Register”), OHMI (“Office for International Registration”), “The Community Trademark Register”, or something similar? Is the invoice marked with a sign that looks very similar (but not 100% identical) to the logo of the EU IP Office (EUIPO), the World Intellectual Property Office (WIPO), or a mix of them?

Russia jurisdiction report: Common procedures for IP disputes

Russia18-05-2018Riikka Palmos

The IP rights environment has become very internationally-focused lately. IP owners have many opportunities to protect their IP rights globally, but enforcement of IP rights is still mainly based on national requirements and processes with country specifics and peculiarities. This is also the case in Russia.

Netherlands jurisdiction report: Trademark reform for the Benelux countries

Netherlands18-05-2018Michiel Rijsdijk

European trademark law is changing as a result of the so-called ‘trademark reform package’, which contains a new regulation (2017/1001) on European Union trademarks and a new directive (2015/2436).

Mexico jurisdiction report: The value of verbal communication

Mexico18-05-2018Diego Palacios

Mexico’s IP system is organised and implemented by the Mexican Institute for Industrial Property (IMPI), an administrative body, handling and granting IP registrations.

Malaysia jurisdiction report: A 2017 trademark compendium

Malaysia18-05-2018Azlina Aisyah Khalid

Last September the International Trademark Association (INTA) released the results of an impact study conducted by Frontier Economics across five major Association of Southeast Asian Nations economies, showing the correlation between trademarks and their economic contribution to the country’s gross domestic product (GDP), employment and share of exports.

CITMA: More Brexit clarity, but more still needed

UK17-05-2018Tania Clark

The UK government and European Commission have clarified a number of issues on trademarks and designs after Brexit, but a lot has been left unmentioned or has yet to be agreed on, as Tania Clark of the Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys explains.

Mastering the renewals merry-go-round

International17-05-2018

WIPR reports on a selection of the world’s trademark renewal services, which are crucial tools for allowing companies to prune and protect their portfolios.

ECTA: 3D printing and trademarks

EU17-05-2018Max Oker-Blom

With the rise of 3D printing, does the present scope of a trademark right protect a proprietor if and when it becomes more common among consumers to print various goods at home? Max Oker-Blom of ECTA reports.

CIPA: Dealing with the shock waves of Brexit

UK17-05-2018Lee Davies

The Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys continues to lobby on behalf of IP owners in the Brexit negotiations and to work closely with partners around the world, says Lee Davies, CEO of the institute.

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.

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