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Seeing the Bigger Picture

International, US21-05-2018

INTA must continue to embrace issues both inside and outside the traditional trademark realm while interacting with as many different stakeholder groups as possible, says INTA CEO Etienne Sanz de Acedo in an interview with Sarah Morgan.

Protecting a ‘Grande’ Brand

International, US21-05-2018Food and drink

Starbucks Coffee Company, which calls Seattle home, encounters a high volume of trademark infringement, but its response must be tempered by wider considerations, as Director and Expert Senior Counsel Batur Oktay tells Aislinn Burton.

Improving the IP Ecosystem

India, International, US21-05-2018

INTA’s India Consultant, Gauri Kumar, is leading the Association’s efforts to build partnerships and brand awareness in India, as she tells Aaron McDonald.

Investment in Latin America and Change in the Food Industry

International, Mexico, US21-05-2018

For anyone interested in investment in Latin America or in branding issues in the food industry, there are sessions tomorrow that will provide what you need to know. Aislinn Burton reports.

Keeping an Eye on India

India, International, US21-05-2018

Legislative changes concerning well-known trademarks and expedited examination, plus a case on parallel imports, are some of the important talking points in India, as Hemant Singh, a member of INTA’s Board of Directors, tells Ed Conlon.

More Work Ahead for IP

Argentina, Caribbean, International, Mexico, US21-05-2018

The IP outlook in Latin America and the Caribbean is improving, but there is still a lack of harmonization and there still needs to be more awareness of IP. José Luis Londoño, INTA’s Chief Representative Officer, Latin America and the Caribbean, tells Aaron McDonald more.

Resolving Domain Name and Website Disputes in Russia

International, Russia, US21-05-2018Sergey Medvedev

Brand owners seeking to enforce their rights against cybersquatting and other online infringement in Russia should be clear on the different rules and practices, says Sergey Medvedev of Gorodissky & Partners (Russia).

Trademark Cases in China: Quality Evidence Is Key

China, International, US21-05-2018Simon Tsi and Michael Fu

Two high-profile trademark cases in China provide lessons for companies seeking to address infringement issues, as Simon Tsi and Michael Fu of Chang Tsi & Partners (China) report.

Madrid System Flourishes

International, Thailand, UK, US21-05-2018

Global trademark systems are becoming increasingly harmonized and, even though Brexit has threatened to act as a destabilizing force, the Madrid System is flourishing, as Aaron McDonald reports.

Using Copyright in China

International, US21-05-2018

Panelists in a session yesterday examined how brand owners can benefit from copyright laws in China. Aaron McDonald reports.

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