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The “Gems” of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

China, International, US21-05-2018

Operating across 10 countries, IP attachés are the international face of the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Sarah Morgan reports on the latest trademark issues facing the attachés across the globe.

A Unified Approach

EU, International, Japan, Korea, US21-05-2018

While there may be challenges facing trademark owners, the Trademark 5 has outlined projects to help protect brands’ rights.

A Balancing Act

International, US21-05-2018

A panel of judges representing 10 countries took turns yesterday addressing the complex relationship between public health concerns and the recognition of IP and branding rights, as reported by Aislinn Burton.

Trademarks in the Cannabis Industry

International, US21-05-2018

This year’s Professor vs. Practitioner Debate saw two professionals wrestle with the topic of trademarks in the cannabis industry. Aislinn Burton reports.

Opening Ceremony: Brands as Drivers of Change

International, US21-05-2018

INTA’s Opening Ceremony was full of surprises, including fish throwing, origami, and INTA’s 2018 President Tish Berard rocking out on guitar to Nirvana.

Good news, despite some gaps

Cayman Islands21-05-2018Sophie Davies

The Cayman Islands’ new trademark law, which came into effect in August 2017, has brought important positive changes, even if there were a few bumps in the road, as Sophie Davies of HSM explains.

Groundless Threats of Trademark Infringement

International, United Arab Emirates, US20-05-2018Faisal Daudpota

Trademark owners in common law jurisdictions should be familiar with the law on groundless threats of infringement, says Faisal Daudpota of Daudpota International (UAE).

Africa, Geographical Indications, and 3D Marks

Africa, International, South Africa, US20-05-2018

For those interested in IP issues in Africa, geographical indications, or 3D marks, Aaron McDonald out-lines what you can expect from three sessions this week.

Learn To Love Change

Africa, International, Nigeria, US20-05-2018

Encouraging Nigeria’s government to adopt legal protection for geographical indications is one of several ways the country can help to increase the value of local indigenous products, says Uche Nwokocha, Head of IP and Partner at Aluko & Oyebode.

Still Flying High

International, US20-05-2018

After taking off in Seattle, The Boeing Company rose to number one in the aerospace industry, facing many IP challenges along the way, says Senior Counsel David Shenk in an interview with Aislinn Burton.

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