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Unfair competition and IP

Norway01-04-2011Lill Anita Grimstad

As an alternative to ordinary court proceedings in Norway, you may approach the Committee for the Control of Unfair Competition to decide whether a competitor’s actions comply with good business practice or not.

When the bargain hunter becomes the hunted

South Africa01-04-2011Vanessa Ferguson

The current economic climate has resulted in an influx in the import and sale of cheaper versions and imitation products on the market.

New examination guidelines for retail services

Taiwan01-04-2011Crystal J. Chen and Yiling Liu

In December 1997, the Taiwan Intellectual Property Office (TIPO) began accepting retail services as allowable service marks.

New commercial code in Turkey

Turkey01-04-2011Isik Ozdogan and Ezgi Baklaci

The Grand National Assembly of Turkey enacted the draft Commercial Code on January 12, 2011. The new TCC will enter into force on July 12, 2012, and outlines possible commercial proceedings and actions.

Protecting IP rights in Ukraine

Ukraine01-04-2011Oleksandr Mamunya

It seems obvious that IP rights are worthless if they are not protected by the holder.

ITMA Spring Conference, Claridges, London

01-04-2011

Delegates at the Institute of Trademark Attorneys Spring Conference enjoyed a challenging programme, once they’d pushed past the hordes of screaming Justin Bieber fans who were awaiting the young star at Claridges.

IP Summit, Plaza Hotel, Brussels

01-02-2011

Delegates braved the wintry conditions to hear the latest IP developments from an array of influential public officials, corporate counsel and law firm practitioners.

Playing ketchup: a holistic approach to IP

01-02-2011

Any company that owns iconic brands knows that its trademark strategy needs to be watchful and robust. But HJ Heinz is taking things a step further by exploring a holistic approach to IP, one that protects more than just the brand.

An interview with Jorge Ávila

Brazil01-02-2011

It may seem like a whole new world for IP, but Brazil is slowly but surely ensuring international compliance and respect. The National Institute of Industrial Property has its fair share of problems, yet it has ambitions too.

No such thing as a typical case

01-02-2011

What is a typical day in the life of a corporate investigator specialising in IP? There’s no such thing, says Graham Robinson.

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