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TPP: A missed opportunity

Mexico20-05-2018Víctor Garrido

The TPP trade deal fell by the wayside when the US pulled out, and the new-look CPTPP does not provide for such a wide-ranging revamp of Mexico’s patent system, says Víctor Garrido of Dumont Bergman Bider & Co.

Trademarks in Cape Verde: Declaring intent to use

Africa, Portugal20-05-2018Diana Pereira and João Francisco Sá

Applicants now have to start filing declarations of intent to use to keep their trademarks in force in Cape Verde. Diana Pereira and João Francisco Sá of Inventa International report.

Empowering IP professionals

20-05-2018Toni Nijm

The IP Platform is the first step towards bringing together technology, services and tools that will help innovators and IP professionals drive efficiencies and make better-informed decisions, says Toni Nijm of CPA Global.

EU Trade Mark Reforms: the Answers You’ve Been Looking For

EU, International, US19-05-2018

Since the second wave of EU trade mark reforms were introduced in October 2017, several questions have come up time and again. Dimitris Botis, Deputy Director of Legal Affairs in the International Cooperation and Legal Affairs Department at the European Union Intellectual Property Office, gives Ed Conlon the answers.

IP Down Under: Defense at the Border

Australia, International, US19-05-2018

Surrounded entirely by ocean, Australia is well placed to defend itself from imported counterfeit goods, as Patricia Kelly, Director General of IP Australia, tells Sarah Morgan.

Time Out in Seattle

International, US19-05-2018Travel

If you’re short of ideas for what to do in your spare time during the Annual Meeting, you may want to consider a baseball game or even a mountain hike, as Aaron McDonald reports.

‘Wherever They Go, We Will Follow Them’

EU, International, UK, US19-05-2018

Counterfeiters are increasingly hard to catch, but the authorities are as committed and astute as ever in their pursuit of criminals. Sarah Morgan speaks to two enforcement agencies trying to stem the tide of fakes.

The Joy of Travel

International, US19-05-2018

The newly rebranded Expedia Group, Inc. faces unusual trademark enforcement challenges as an online company, and is looking forward to a major relocation in 2019, as Expedia Group Senior Counsel Michael Graham tells Ed Conlon.

Finding Solutions Together

China, International19-05-2018

China has the world’s largest economy by purchasing power parity, and so it is no surprise that it also is a major market for counterfeit goods. But there is a more positive side to the story, as Seth Hays, INTA’s Chief Representative Officer, Asia-Pacific and China, tells Aaron McDonald.

Meeting the Challenges of Innovation in Asia


Trademark owners need a long-term plan for dealing with infringement and counterfeiting in the ASEAN region, where enforcement can be challenging. Kowit Somwaiya, a member of the INTA Board of Directors, explains more in an interview with Ed Conlon.

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