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Brexit and IP: the lobbying continues

EU, UK27-03-2018

While the draft agreement on the UK’s withdrawal from the EU was welcomed by the IP industry, there are still many questions over the treatment of IP rights post-Brexit. WIPR spoke to Kate O’Rourke, president of the Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys, to find out more.

WIPR Leaders 2018: Sweden trademark practice update

Sweden21-03-2018Petter Rindforth

There is an increasing trend of people registering their surnames as trademarks, as Petter Rindforth of Fenix Legal reports.

WIPR Leaders 2018: Serbia trademark practice update

Serbia21-03-2018Vladimir Marenovic and Nikola Kliska

Serbia makes small but notable IP improvements every year, and 2017 was no different, say Vladimir Marenovic and Nikola Kliska of Živko Mijatovic and Partners.

WIPR Leaders 2018: Russia trademark practice update

Russia21-03-2018Nikolay Bogdanov

Parties seeking to register and protect trademarks in Russia should consider several factors before taking action. Nikolay Bogdanov of Gorodissky & Partners reports.

WIPR Leaders 2018: Germany trademark practice update

Germany21-03-2018Jens Künzel

A German trademark decision has significant implications for companies looking to deal with online infringement, as Jens Künzel of Krieger Mes & Graf v der Groeben explains.

WIPR Leaders 2018: China trademark practice update

China21-03-2018Haoyu Feng

After the trademark regime in China underwent major revisions in 2014, Haoyu Feng of Chofn Intellectual Property looks back at the main changes to China’s trademark law.

IP Pages 2018: Message from the Kyosei president


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.

IP Pages 2018: Recent developments in the Austrian IP landscape

Austria13-03-2018Peter Israiloff

Amendments to the Trademark Act, Patent Act, Utility Model Act, Semiconductor Act, Design Act and Patent Office Fee’s Act were published on August 1, 2017 (Federal Gazette I No 124/2017).

Adidas trademark ruling: the three-stripe saga continues

EU07-03-2018Christian Tenkhoff

It is difficult to reconcile the EU General Court’s recent rulings in a case concerning Adidas’s three-tripe trademark with a previous decision surrounding five parallel stripes on a K-Swiss shoe, says Christian Tenkhoff of Taylor Wessing.

How to approach colour marks after the Red Bull ruling

EU05-03-2018Food and drinkMichał Ziółkowski

Applicants for EUTMs covering colour combinations should clearly state the relationship between the colours and follow other best practices, says Michał Ziółkowski, an EU trademark attorney at K&L Gates.

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