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Advertising campaigns have the ability to change the world and drive peace initiatives, as Francisco Samper told registrants at yesterday’s Lunch and Learn.
Anna Mae Koo and Ann Xu of Vivien Chan & Co. (Hong Kong SAR, China, and China) discuss the top 10 updates this year from the China Trademark Office and the Trademark Review and Adjudication Board.
The IKEA franchising system helps the brand to tackle challenges and boost consumer trust, says Cecilia Emanuelson, IP Counsel at the global franchisor, in an interview with Aislinn Burton.
The 2017 decision in Matal v. Tam captured the attention of the trademark community and had serious implications for another decades-long trademark case concerning disparagement. Sarah Morgan reports.
Licensing can achieve more for a company than mere financial gain, but balancing the requirements of licensor and licensee is a challenge, as Peter Scott reports.
Tackling counterfeiting in Asia can be a challenge, but with the right approach, brands can achieve effective results, as Sarah Morgan reports.
While Seattle is famous for its coffee and fish-throwing, it’s also home to many video game developers. Sarah Morgan reports on the trademark issues in the industry.
The Internet can provide a plethora of opportunities for counterfeiters, so professional sports brands need to remain vigilant in protecting consumers. Aaron McDonald reports.
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