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Bad faith applications in Romania

Romania01-10-2011Dragosh Marginean

One consequence of the changes to Romania’s trademark law is an increasing number of bad faith applications.

Patenting in Africa

South Africa01-10-2011Werner Van Der Merwe

Patent rights are territorial and a patent for an invention has to be obtained in each state or region where patent protection is required.

Plant patents: scholars try to teach TIPO a lesson

Taiwan01-10-2011BiotechnologyCrystal Chen and Phoebe Yeh

The Draft Amendment of the Patent Act went through its first reading at the Legislative Yuan on April 6, 2011.

Absence may make bad faith applicants grow bolder

Turkey01-10-2011Isik Ozdogan and Ezgi Baklaci

According to Turkey’s design law, a design application that meets all formal requirements becomes effective from the date of the application.

Proper patent inventorship

01-10-2011Paul J. Sutton

The critical issue of who must be named inventor(s) on US patents is often misunderstood and may affect patent validity.

Dilution of famous marks

01-10-2011Robert Kenney and Katie Peden

US Congress enacted the TDRA in 2006 following the US Supreme Court’s 2003 decision in Moseley v V Secret Catalogue, Inc, which held that the FTDA required “a showing of actual dilution, rather than a likelihood of dilution”.

ITC: a year in review 2011


The US ITC has continued to grow in popularity as a first point of call for international IP disputes, because of its speed and the range of remedies available. WIPR takes a look at some of its headline activities.

Invalidating patents: an essential strategy

Japan01-08-2011Ryo Maruyama

On June 30, 2011, a high-speed rail link between Beijing and Shanghai began commercial passenger services, having been completed in just three years.

From patent office to court room - 25 years of independent patent law in Malaysia

Malaysia01-08-2011Dave Wyatt

The Malaysian Patents Act 1983 entered into force on October 1, 1986 and will be 25 years old later this year.

New rules for word marks and slogans in Mexico

Mexico01-08-2011Miguel Ángel Jiménez Santos

On June 10, 2011, several articles of the Rules of the Mexican Industrial Property Law were reformed. The changes became effective on June 13.

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