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An interview with Boris Simonov

Russia01-08-2011

WIPR talks to Boris Simonov, director general of Russia's Federal Service for Intellectual Property, about changes to the country's IP framework and a growing need for innovation.

What next for the BRICS group?

Russia01-08-2011Vladimir Biriulin

In December 2010, South Africa was formally asked to join the BRIC group. Vladimir Biriulin considers the future of BRIC+S and the emerging IP issues in member country Russia.

Living off fame: protecting a celebrity's name in India

India01-08-2011Amritesh Mishra

Globalisation of the market has made it essential to protect a celebrity’s name. Amritesh Mishra considers how India is equipped to protect celebrity rights.

Distinctive or not distinctive? Food and drink brands in Hungary

Hungary01-08-2011Judit Lantos

To ensure trademark protection, brand owners must be familiar with how national offices evaluate distinctiveness. Judit Lantos takes a look at some important Hungarian cases.

Inside man: an interview with Zhipei Jiang

China01-06-2011

China may seem like a tough nut to crack, but it's slowly opening up to the needs of national and international businesses. WIPR talks to Zhipei Jiang about what's right and wrong with China.

An informed choice: law firms in China

China01-06-2011

One of the most commonly cited barriers to doing business effectively in China is the sheer size of the country. Knowing the legal market is crucial to ensure you have the right representation. WIPR takes a look.

IP licensing in Brazil: what you need to know

Brazil01-06-2011Alysson H. Oikawa

Licensing has many advantages as a means of entering the market in Brazil, but companies should make sure they are familiar with all the appropriate restrictions and regulations. Alysson Oikawa explains.

Tackling counterfeiters in India

India01-06-2011Anuradha Salhotra

Counterfeiting and piracy are among the most serious threats faced by industries globally. In India, the problem is especially big, but efforts to tackle it are becoming more and more effective. Anuradha Salhotra explains.

From Madrid to Istanbul: international registration in Turkey

Turkey01-06-2011Ayça Pinar Eren Yaşar and Gonca Adali Başmakci

Turkey has been a signatory to the Madrid Protocol for more than a decade. Ayça Pinar Eren Yasar and Gonca Adali Basmakci look at its effectiveness and popularity.

Defining the global brand protection programme

01-06-2011Rodolfo Diaz

Protecting your brand in today’s global marketplace has become a necessity for a corporations; to ensure not only a level playing field in the stream of commerce but also to afford the ability to maximise market penetration.

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