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Copyright law: the reality

India01-02-2011Rahul Chaudhry

Reality TV has been the televisual success story of the last decade. But with new formats come new challenges for copyright practitioners. Rahul Chaudhry explains.

Prior citings

01-02-2011Ron Kaminecki

Dissertations are a rich source of non-patent literature for prior art searches, explains Ron Kaminecki.

No such thing as a typical case

01-02-2011

What is a typical day in the life of a corporate investigator specialising in IP? There’s no such thing, says Graham Robinson.

A victory for pharmaceuticals

Brazil01-02-2011Otto Licks and Marcela Trigo de Souza

After a judicial battle of almost a decade, the pharmaceutical industry has regained the right to market vaccines with trademarks in Brazil.

I am a trademark, hear me roar! - an appeal for sound marks in Canada

Canada01-02-2011Chantal Bertoša and Andrea Pasztor

If a sound is able to serve the function of a trademark, why shouldn’t the owner of the sound mark be permitted to register it?

Cross-straits IP agreement

China, Taiwan01-02-2011Stephen Yang

Mainland China and Taiwan signed an agreement on June 29, 2010, on cross-straits intellectual property protection.

Tread cautiously: petitions for review

EPO01-02-2011Marianne Holme

Since EPC 2000 entered into force, any party to an appeal proceeding that has been adversely affected by a decision of the European Board of Appeal can, pursuant to new Article 112a EPC, file a petition for review of the decision by the EBOA.

Abstracts and the Internet

Germany01-02-2011Jens Künzel

It is a fact of life that sometimes one does not have as much time as one would like to do all kinds of things.

Making sure infringers can pay damages

Hungary01-02-2011Imre Molnár

The Metropolitan Court in Budapest has ordered a security measure for the first time in a patent infringement proceeding, in order to secure the plaintiff’s pecuniary interests for the duration of the lawsuit.

Descriptive trademarks: easy to market, tough to protect

Israel01-02-2011Samta Mehra and Anika Narula

A ‘descriptive trademark’ is one that identifies a characteristic, quality, purpose or some other aspect of a product or service.

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