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Co-existence agreements in Mexico - a window of opportunity

Mexico01-01-2011Eryck Castillo and Carolina Ponce

The MIIP takes a dim view of co-existence agreements between companies for similar or identical trademarks. But recent court decisions should give trademark owners hope. Eryck Castillo and Carolina Ponce explain.

Choosing a European patent attorney: does the Iron Curtain still exist?

Hungary01-01-2011Michael Lantos

Old habits die hard. But Michael Lantos argues that the time has come to look to new European Union members for legal representation.

A world of dinos — where's the confusion?

Romania01-01-2011Raluca Vasilescu

A recent Romanian case will provide food for thought for trademark practitioners concerned about others using similar marks, says Raluca Vasilescu.

Targeting a fair and balanced trademark protection system in Europe: The MARQUES experience

EU01-01-2011Nunzia Varricchio

European and international IP environments have evolved rapidly in a significant number of areas concerning the protection, utilisation and enforcement of trademarks, designs, geographical indications and domain names.

21st century IP management — docketing 2020

01-01-2011Domenic Leo and Suzie Kiefer

Intellectual property portfolio management has undergone tremendous change over the last few decades. Domenic Leo and Suzie Kiefer chart the key developments.

Official sponsors clean bowled by ambush marketing

India01-01-2011Kavita Mundkur Nigam

Amidst the euphoria and fervour of the recently concluded ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 and the Indian Premier League cricket tournament, there is frenzy in the corporate world too, says Kavita Mundkur Nigam.

Quantifying damages for infringement in Germany — the Tripp-Trapp chair case

Germany01-01-2011Jens Künzel

Recent cases in Germany have illuminated the thorny issue of how to quantify damages in copyright cases. Jens Künzel explains.

.tel domains: how your business can benefit

01-01-2011Justin Hayward

Telnic has recently announced a new phase of registration enabling brand owners with two-character names and those with all-numeric brands to apply for these under the .tel extension. Justin Hayward explains.

Business brief 2011: Costa Rica

Costa Rica01-01-2011María del Pilar López

How do you register or secure patent rights, and is national or international coverage most appropriate? A patent attorney should be consulted regarding the filing of a patent application locally and in foreign countries.

Business brief 2011: Cuba

Cuba01-01-2011María Lourdes Ruíz Sotolongo

Inventions are regulated in Cuba by Decree Law 68 ‘Of Inventions, Scientific Discoveries, Industrial Models, Trademarks and Denominations of Origin’, of May 14, 1983.

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