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Patents are essential to Nigeria’s growing economy, explains Queen Ajura Ugbeda of Inventa.
The IP system helps everyone to benefit from biotechnology inventions, argues Marisol Cardoso of Inventa.
The impact of Russia’s invasion has led to some surprising effects on trademarks both in and out of Ukraine, say Diogo Antunes and Anna Shcherbyna of Inventa.
Can owners of EU trademarks expect the protection to extend into the virtual? Not quite, says João Pereira Cabral of Inventa.
The precedent sets out rules around confusingly similar marks and bad faith filings, explains Miguel Bibe at Inventa.
The archipelago’s food and drink producers are waking up to the IP protection its unique products can enjoy, explains Diana Pereira of Inventa.
Analysis of patent applications by the African Regional Intellectual Property Organization reveals much about how the office runs substantive examinations, says Vítor Sérgio Moreira of Inventa.
The most extensive training programme that the European Patent Office has run with non-European offices is set to make a difference, explains Marisol Cardoso of Inventa.
Franchises are an attractive option for stakeholders, but for franchisors they also present IP risks, explain Inês Tavares and Oyebola Coker of Inventa.
A lack of clarity around late filing of power of attorney under Angolan IP law could pose potential future problems, as Miguel Bibe of Inventa explains.
Zovicova & Zovic IP, s.r.o. Slovak Republic
Peksung Intellectual Property Ltd. China
Caribbean Trademark Services - Law Office of George C. J. Moore PA Caribbean
Anand & Anand
Papula-Nevinpat Finland, Russia
U Myint Lwin Law Office
HSM IP Caribbean, EU, Central America, Latin America, South America
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