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Smelling of roses: Hungary confirms position on trademark rights in perfume case

Hungary01-12-2011Judit Lantos

A recent Metropolitan Court decision has touched on the questions of jurisdiction of community trademark law, exhaustion of rights, the distribution of testers and selective distribution of luxury perfume brands.

Major changes to PRC trademark law

China01-12-2011Xiang Gao

The Trademark Law of the People’s Republic of China was first promulgated in 1982 and entered into force in 1983; it was revised for the first time in 1993 and again in 2001.

Refilling of gas bottles by a competitor: trademark infringement?

France01-12-2011Aurélia Marie

When a container first sold by Company A, whose shape is protected by a 3D trademark, is used by Company B to be refilled with that Company B’s product, should this be considered as a trademark infringement?

Wrangler takes Crocker to the cleaners

Israel01-12-2011Michael Factor

Wrangler Apparel Corp. is a leading jeans manufacturer with billions of dollars in sales worldwide, and tens of millions of shekels’ worth of sales in Israel.

Of models and makes: the saga continues?

Norway01-12-2011Steinar Lie

The very observant reader might recall our article regarding the practice adopted by NIPO with respect to marks that were said to be perceived as so-called ‘model indications’ only.

Usage requirements for well-known trademarks

Turkey01-12-2011Isik Ozdogan and Ezgi Baklaci

The Council of Appellate Circuits of the Turkish Court of Appeals (the council) recently rendered a key decision with regard to well-known trademarks’ usage requirements in different classes.

The new gTLDs: ask the experts

France, Switzerland, UK, US01-12-2011

TB&I invited six experts to discuss the developments at HoganLovells LLP’s London office.

First international conference on IP in Jewish law


In late June, law firm JMB Factor & Co sponsored a full day conference on intellectual property in Jewish law in Jerusalem, in conjunction with Yad HaRav Herzog.

Social work: how can brands get the most out of Twitter?


Twitter has grown at an astonishing rate in the five years since it was launched, boasting 200 million members and exerting a growing influence on everything from news agendas to brand awareness.

An interview with António Campinos


OHIM's president, António Campinos, talks to WIPR about modernising the European trademark system and his office's 2011-2015 plan of action.

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