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Trademark squatting: Brands beware


Brand owners that are not keeping tabs on events in China are vulnerable to the phenomenon of trademark squatting, and the law may not be that much help. WIPR reports.

IPEC: the tough new broom


As Richard Hacon begins his tenure at IPEC he is imposing a culture of strict deadlines in the interests of efficiency, as he tells WIPR.

Apple tops the brand charts


With only one non-tech company in Brand Finance’s 2014 top 10 valuable brands list, today’s winners are the ones that have monetised a good idea and reached customers speedily.

Lessons in claim construction from Apple v Samsung

International01-09-2013Yoshitaka Sonoda

On June 25, 2013, the IP High Court of Japan handed down a decision in a case in which Apple sued Samsung Japan for alleged infringement of a patent. Yoshitaka Sonoda explores the implications.

Apple defends Siri in court

China01-09-2013Stephen Yang

On July 2, 2013, Shanghai No. 1 Intermediate People’s Court held a public hearing of a patent infringement case in which Zhizhen Technology Inc of Shanghai sued Apple Inc and Apple Computer Trading (Shanghai) Co Ltd.

Obama administration unsettles patent bar

01-09-2013Paul Sutton

On August 3, President Obama’s administration did the unexpected. A Samsung legal victory was destroyed by the administration’s vetoing of a US International Trade Commission ban on the import and sale of a number of Apple’s iPhones and iPads.

Apple V Samsung: a lack of consistency

Netherlands01-08-2013Michiel Rijsdijk

As in many other jurisdictions, Dutch courts have been a playing field for the patent battle between Samsung and Apple.

Apple v Samsung: Can anyone land the killer blow?

Japan, South Korea, UK01-02-2013

There has not yet been a knockout punch in the fight between Apple and Samsung, so will the companies agree to throw in the towel and settle out of the ring? WIPR investigates.

Cases of the year: 12 from 2012


It has been a busy year for IP cases across the globe. WIPR picks 12 of the key cases.

Trademark applications in China

Hong Kong01-12-2012Kenny Leung

The ‘iPad’ trademark dispute in China ended up with a settlement deal of $60 million paid by Apple to Proview Shenzhen, according to reports (see WIPR September/October 2012).

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