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Protecting indigenous rights is key to a sustainable future

Australia09-08-2022Marion Heathcote

Protecting and learning from indigenous people’s traditional wisdom goes hand in hand with innovation in the fight to tackle climate change and ensure a sustainable future, writes Marion Heathcote of Davies Collison Cave on International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples.

Diving into the scope of conceptual trademarks

South Africa05-08-2022Miguel Bibe

The registration of a ‘Pacific’ trademark poses questions concerning the parameters of conceptual trademarks, says Miguel Bibe of Inventa.

Fast-fashion greenwashing and the power of trademarks

UK02-08-2022Charlotte Cassells

As the ‘green’ fashion claims of ASOS, Boohoo and Asda come under greater scrutiny, the role of IP has become vital in securing consumers’ trust, as Kerry Russell and Charlotte Cassells of Shakespeare Martineau explain.

INTA's Ukraine TM: the power of symbolic IP gestures

Ukraine27-07-2022Agnieszka Sztoldman

As the war continues in Europe, the influence of IP during times of crisis and hardship should never be underestimated, according to Agnieszka Sztoldman of Osborne Clarke.

How to win UDRP domain name disputes

Global26-07-2022Elisa Cooper

The co-founders of brand protection agency SILKA share their practices for winning UDRP domain name disputes and recovering domains. Elisa Cooper of GoDaddy Corporate Domains reports.

Cadbury's sweet colour victory: a taste of things to come?

UK20-07-2022Sarah Speight

Cadbury has secured its distinctive colour purple but brands will be left wondering how to apply the arguments to their own registrations, finds Sarah Speight.

Applying the Rogers test: A step too far?

06-07-2022Muireann Bolger

US courts have for decades applied the test to safeguard expressive works, but debate is raging over its scope and potential danger to trademarks. Muireann Bolger reports.

Electric bicycle dispute signposts more collisions ahead


With the e-bikes market predicted to triple over the next decade, a top brand’s lawyer explains why we can expect to see more litigation.

Hot topics on Mexico’s new examination procedure

Mexico29-06-2022Emilio Albarran

The Federal Law for Protection of the Industrial Property in Mexico—also known as the new IP Law—abrogated the former Industrial Property Law and entered into force on November 5, 2020.

Russia: ‘Waves of applications for confusingly similar TMs’

Russia29-06-2022Natalia Gulyaeva

Natalia Gulyaeva, partner at Hogan Lovells, tells WIPR about the current IP situation in Russia.

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