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Protecting trademarks across borders

India, International01-06-2017Jaya Mandelia Namrita Kochhar

In the era of globalisation, trademark laws should be more uniform in order to assist brand owners, particularly those with famous trademarks, say Jaya Mandelia and Namrita Kochhar of Singh & Singh Law Firm.

Event review: LESI Annual Conference 2017

France, International31-05-2017

Artificial intelligence and big data were two of the hot topics at the Licensing Executives Society International Annual Conference 2017, as Jan Dohnal reports.

From green technology to famous trademarks: legal changes in Brazil

Brazil28-05-2017

There have been a host of legal changes in Brazil since 2016, with IP owners in a range of industries needing to take note of the new laws. Pedro Bhering and Jiuliano Maurer of Bhering Advogados report.

Metatags: the invisible enemy

Mexico26-05-2017Begona Cancino

Website owners should monitor metatags carefully to avoid claims of trademark infringement, as one case in Mexico highlights. Begoña Cancino of Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enriquez reports.

The requirements of form and function

Mexico26-05-2017

Industrial designs in Mexico do function well, but applicants must be clear on the rules surrounding subject matter eligibility, as well as other issues, says Octavio Espejo of Becerril, Coca & Becerril.

Balancing act for technology and rights

International25-05-2017Max Oker-Blom

Should legislation be adjusted in light of technological developments such as artificial intelligence and the internet of things? Max Oker-Blom of ECTA finds out.

Trademarks in South Korea: Making Life Easier

Korea, South Korea24-05-2017

Through assisting trademark owners and working with neighboring IP Offices, the Korean Intellectual Property Office is working hard to make the country’s trademark system a better place, as Director General Choi Gyuwan of the Trademark and Design Examination Bureau tells Uldduz Larki.

From Colors to Collectives: Trademark Developments in Japan

Japan24-05-2017

With the first color trademarks being registered in Japan earlier this year, Sarah Morgan hears about what applicants have to show in order to secure protection, and other changes to trademark law.

Social Media Influencers: Reining Them In

International24-05-2017

Managing the activity of celebrity influencers on social media may help your brand to stay on the right side of the regulators, as Ed Conlon reports.

M&A Deals: IP Shifts to the Center

International24-05-2017

The importance of intellectual property has grown substantially in mergers and acquisitions transactions, and early involvement of IP lawyers in a potential deal has become essential, Annual Meeting registrants learned yesterday.

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