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At the frontier of tackling online counterfeits

Mexico01-05-2012Xavier Hadad Rojas

The question of how to monitor and deal with online counterfeiting is a tricky one for brands and law enforcement agencies alike, as Xavier Rojas explains.

Setting the scene: principles of domain name disputes

UK01-05-2012Eric Ramage

Many, but not all, domain name registries offer some form of alternative dispute resolution, the best known of which is ICANN’s UDRP, but there are others, as Eric Ramage explains.

On your marks: getting set for new gTLDs

US01-05-2012Kate Hutchinson

ICANN’s new gTLD programme opened for applications on January 12, 2012, and more than 100 organisations have already registered to apply for new domain extensions or ‘strings’.

Domain name disputes—an Australian perspective

Australia01-05-2012Jim Davies

Australian country code domain names (ending in .au) have always been more highly regulated than their .com cousins. Jim Davies looks at the current situation.

Big is beautiful: how Adams & Adams is taking on the world

South Africa01-04-2012

With the takeover of Bowman Gilfillan’s IP practice on March 1, South African firm Adams & Adams became the largest intellectual property outfit in Africa. WIPR goes behind the scenes.

Not closed for renovation: Australian IP reform


Intellectual property reform is a hot issue in the new decade. WIPR talks to IP Australia director general Philip Noonan about renovating an entire IP system.

Aiming high: Raising the Bar in Australia


Australia is becoming more important as an intellectual property jurisdiction. WIPR takes a look at the latest developments.

Harnessing IP to develop the Mexican playing field

Mexico01-04-2012José Ramón Trigueros and Sadara Montenegro González

Sports law is a relatively new and rarely explored topic in Mexican law, as José Ramón Trigueros and Sadara Montenegro González report.

In Québec, on parle Français

Canada01-04-2012Victoria Carrington

“Does this have to be translated into French?” Most Canadian trademark practitioners who advise foreign brand owners on business in Canada have heard this question.

Keeping it simple: new trademark treaty

Dominican Republic01-04-2012Sharin Pablo de Roca and Deborah Guzmán

The Dominican Republic, as a complement to the Dominican Republic-Central America Free Trade Agreement (DR-CAFTA), ratified the Trademark Law Treaty (TLT) on September 3, 2011.

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