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More Than Just a Color

International18-11-2020Rory O'Neill

Rory O’Neill speaks to experts on color trademarks about the discrepancies in how different jurisdictions enforce such nontraditional IP rights.

Is Harmonization Possible?

International18-11-2020Rory O'Neill

With a new World Intellectual Property Organization agreement on geographical indications having come into force in February, Rory O’Neill looks at the fault lines in a debate which appears to be far from settled.

Best Strategies for Fighting Trademark Squatting in China

China18-11-2020Zhigang Zhu and Lei Yongjian

China’s government has updated rules to challenge trademark squatting—to great effect, explain Zhigang Zhu & Yongjian Lei of Wanhuida Intellectual Property.

Making the Most of Designs

International18-11-2020Rory O'Neill

Design rights have traditionally played second fiddle to other IP protections, but brands are beginning to realize their full potential. Rory O’Neill reports.

The Front Lines of Defense

International17-11-2020Sarah Morgan

International groups, national customs authorities, courts, and judiciaries are joining forces with brand owners in global efforts to stem the tide of counterfeit products. Sarah Morgan reports on the situation in various countries.

The Good Business of Sustainable Brands

International17-11-2020Muireann Bolger

Today, consumers want to support sustainable brands, and they expect companies to demonstrate their core social and environmental objectives in a clear and transparent way. Muireann Bolger reports.

Platforms Taking Up the Mantle

17-11-2020Saman Javed

Through collaborations with IP agencies, user tools, and enforcement programs—e-commerce platforms have unveiled a suite of anticounterfeiting measures to benefit brand owners and, ultimately, consumers, as Saman Javed discovers.

Taking On China’s Platforms

China17-11-2020Simon Tsi and Sue Gui

The growth of Chinese e-commerce platforms has been mirrored by increasing IP infringement. Simon Tsi and Sue Gui at Chang Tsi & Partners look at remedies for rights owners.

It is where you are, not who you are, that counts

17-11-2020Tom Phillips

Despite there being little international harmonisation, rights of publicity exist in various forms across the world—and there are common pitfalls, Tom Phillips finds.

An Unconventional Truth

EU17-11-2020Manisha Singh and Amaya Singh

For nontraditional marks to be protectable, the rules must bend to match the nature of the marks themselves, argue Manisha Singh and Amaya Singh of LexOrbis.

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