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Avoiding the perils of collaboration

Japan09-06-2017Yoshitaka Sonoda, Natalie Crick

Foreign businesses operating in Japan must consider several important points if they wish to successfully manage the development of technology jointly with Japanese corporations. Yoshitaka Sonoda and Natalie Crick of Sonoda & Kobayashi provide the details.

UPC: the role of the CJEU

EU, UK06-06-2017Lorna Brazell

If the CJEU is seen as a significant component of the UPC system the UK may prefer to withdraw from it, but in reality how involved might the CJEU be, asks Lorna Brazell of Osborne Clarke.

Conference preview: Judge Hacon on UPC and Brexit

UK05-06-2017

In an interview before the Unitary Patent & Unified Patent Court 2017 conference in Munich on July 5, Richard Hacon, presiding judge at the UK Intellectual Property Enterprise Court, discusses the UPC and why the system will not be ready for December 2017.

China's trademark law: Evicting the squatters

China04-06-2017

Several high-profile cases show that trademark owners in China can succeed in removing squatters. Marie Ferey and Fabio Giacopello of HFG report.

Trademark tips for international traders

China, International04-06-2017Yue Zheng and Lei Fu

Businesses that use original equipment manufacturers in China should follow several tips to avoid any trademark infringement difficulties, as Yue Zheng and Lei Fu of CCPIT Patent & Trademark Law Office explain.

Who’s using your internet?

Germany03-06-2017Jens Künzel

Uploading films and music to file-sharing networks is an infringement of copyright pertaining to those films and music, and rights owners still vigorously pursue claims against people who they believe have committed infringement.

Designs in the spotlight

03-06-2017

Designs might not receive as much attention as other areas of IP, but they should not be forgotten, especially in light of recent case law developments, says Anne Marie Verschuur of AIPPI.

No more use for non-use claims

Mexico03-06-2017Jonathan Rangel Esly Dorantes

A Federal Circuit decision in Mexico has made it easier for trademark infringers to fend off non-use counterclaims from alleged infringers, as Jonathan Rangel and Esly Dorantes of Dumont Bergman Bider & Co report.

The path ahead

US02-06-2017Joe Ferretti

The International Trademark Association’s policy priorities for the year are counterfeiting, internet governance and expansion, and brand restrictions, as its president Joe Ferretti writes ahead of the association’s Annual Meeting.

Video interview: Osborne Clarke on the Digital Single Market

UK01-06-2017

"The big challenge for IP owners is going to remain as it was before—the question of how to enforce your IP rights in the online environment," says Rob Guthrie, partner at Osborne Clarke.

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