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Blockchain and IP: Limitless Possibilities?

International16-11-2020Sarah Morgan

Blockchain has become a buzzword in recent years, but is the technology walking the walk as well as talking the talk? Sarah Morgan reports.

Madrid: a flourishing system?

International16-11-2020Sarah Morgan

Progress on implementing the Madrid System for international trademark registration around the world presents a mixed picture, as Sarah Morgan reports.

Embrace change to create new markets

International13-11-2020Charles Hill and Daniel Comerford

Disruptive technology creates productive lawyers, business growth and stability, so it’s time for law firms to embrace its potential rather than fearing it, as Charles Hill and Daniel Comerford of TrademarkNow argue.

IP under Biden: what does the future look like?

China10-11-2020Sarah Morgan

US President-elect Joe Biden is pushing forward with his plans for office, but what effect will his presidency have on IP?

Rice wars: the dispute over Basmati GI

India, Pakistan09-11-2020NV Saisunder and Vishaka Sivakumar

As Pakistan plans to challenge India’s claim for a geographical indication for Basmati rice in the EU, NV Saisunder and Vishaka Sivakumar of Eshwars explore the background and implications of the latest source of conflict between the two countries.

New IP law in Mexico

Canada, Mexico02-11-2020Christian Thomae

Christian Thomae of Dumont outlines the significant amendments made to Mexico’s industrial property law following the signing of the US–Mexico–Canada Agreement.

Record TM filings at the USPTO—but do they conceal a darker picture?

02-11-2020Muireann Bolger

An unprecedented growth in trademark applications at the USPTO, largely driven by Chinese filers, has been welcomed as a positive sign of economic recovery amid the pandemic. But it raises questions around the future legitimacy of US trademarks and brands. Muireann Bolger reports.

Five minutes with Elena Galletti, Brandstock

International19-10-2020Elena Galletti

Elena Galletti is vice president of marketing and key account management at Brandstock. We caught up with her to find out how companies can come out of the pandemic leaner and more efficient.

France jurisdiction report: Shopping around for clarity

France16-10-2020Aurélia Marie

In March this year, the Court of Justice of the European Union opened the acceptance of sales services in opposition procedures in the joined cases of C-155/18 and C-158/18 P, Tulliallan Burlington v European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) and Burlington Fashion.

A sticky mess: Pocky ruling further splits the circuits

15-10-2020Julia Anne Matheson

The Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit's finding that Pocky chocolate-dipped sticks are ineligible for trade dress protection could herald the end of trade dress claims within the circuit. Julia Anne Matheson of Potomac Law reports.

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