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A rocky road for IP rights


Economic turmoil and the resulting budget cuts have played havoc with Romania’s fragile IP system, but forthcoming changes to the legislation and cooperation with customs and other agencies provide some light.

INTA meeting 2011: San Francisco


8,000 delegates attended INTA's annual meeting to swap business cards, enjoy a comprehensive trademark programme and complain about how hard it is to hail a taxi in San Francisco.

Trademark registration in Belize: an overview

Belize01-08-2012Erienne Romero

There has been significant growth in trademark registrations in Belize since the former Trademarks Act was repealed in June 2000 and replaced with the Trademarks Act, Chapter 257 of the laws of Belize.

Inequitable errors by the trademarks office: quashing a trademark registration

Canada01-08-2012Ashley Dumouchel

For the first time, the Federal Court has granted an order by which a Canadian trademark registration was quashed and the matter was sent back to the Registrar of Trade-marks to consider a Statement of Opposition.

Moving the goal posts: new rules for domain names

China01-08-2012Xiang Gao

CNNIC, authorised by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China, acts as China’s domain name registry, overseeing the .cn country code top-level domain and Chinese Domain Name system.

Strengthening border measures

Dominican Republic01-08-2012Sharin Pablo de Roca and Deborah Guzman

Border measures have been strengthened under the TRIPS Agreement of the World Trade Organization and under the Free Trade Agreement between the US, Central America and the Dominican Republic.

Surgical steps in European patent claims

EPO, EU01-08-2012Marianne Holme

According to the European Patent Convention, patents shall not be granted in respect of methods for treatment of the human or animal body by surgery or therapy, or practised diagnostic methods.

Exhaustion of trademark rights in Europe: the Converse decisions

Germany01-08-2012Jens Künzel

If the exhaustion of trademark rights is a defence in trademark litigation, who has the burden of proof that the goods are originals?

We need to talk about clearance searching

UK01-06-2012Leigh Martin

Good communication, teamwork and trust between lawyer and client are vital ingredients for efficient trademark clearance searches, says Leigh Martin.

Are you tech-ready for the upturn?

01-06-2012Matt Powell and Mehrdad Assadi

Matt Powell and Mehrdad Assadi discuss the importance of optimising your practice software to help maximise the effect of any economic upturn.

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