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Designs in the spotlight


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


"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.

Online infringement: the role of intermediaries

India01-06-2017Disha Dewan

In a decision released on February 22, 2017, the Delhi High Court issued a ruling on the role of e-commerce intermediaries in removing IP infringing products.

Protecting trademarks across borders

India, International01-06-2017Jaya Mandelia Namrita Kochhar

In the era of globalisation, trademark laws should be more uniform in order to assist brand owners, particularly those with famous trademarks, say Jaya Mandelia and Namrita Kochhar of Singh & Singh Law Firm.

Event review: LESI Annual Conference 2017

France, International31-05-2017

Artificial intelligence and big data were two of the hot topics at the Licensing Executives Society International Annual Conference 2017, as Jan Dohnal reports.

Using customs to fight counterfeits

Russia31-05-2017Riikka Palmos

The steady increase in counterfeit goods presents a real challenge for IP owners. The only effective way to protect IP rights in Russia is registration at Rospatent. Based on registration, the owners are then able to use their rights exclusively and prohibit others from using identical or confusingly similar rights. Registration is also needed for fighting against counterfeits.

Crossed lines over smartphones


Businesses must conduct sufficient prior risk assessment before substantial implementation of technology not owned by them, as the case of Iwncomm v Sony illustrates. Nikita Xue and Linda Wu of HongFangLaw explain the nuances.

Easier terms for trademark applicants

Mexico30-05-2017Emilio Albarran

The Mexican Institute of Industrial Property has adopted some modifications for the examination of trademark applications. Therefore, when a new applicant seeks to obtain registration for its mark, there are some changes in the examination process which should be taken into account.

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