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With a history of invention and a skilled workforce, Ukraine is primed to rebound once the war is over, say Vítor Sérgio Moreira and Anna Shcherbyna of Inventa.
Without specific laws, the courts have turned to opaque principles such as ‘honesty’ and ‘fairness’, explains Sofia Araújo of Inventa.
Creatives should take copyright law as seriously as their art, explains Adeoluwa Ademola of Inventa
This year’s EUIPO Youth Scoreboard shows access to counterfeit goods and pirated content is on the rise. Mariana Hazt Lencina of Inventa explores what can be done.
The TRIPS Agreement compromise over COVID-19 IP could provide the necessary platform to diversify vaccine production capacity, says Inês Sequeira of Inventa.
There are benefits to starting a patent family in the country, explains Vítor Sérgio Moreira of Inventa.
The registration of a ‘Pacific’ trademark poses questions concerning the parameters of conceptual trademarks, says Miguel Bibe of Inventa.
Patents are essential to Nigeria’s growing economy, explains Queen Ajura Ugbeda of Inventa.
The IP system helps everyone to benefit from biotechnology inventions, argues Marisol Cardoso of Inventa.
The impact of Russia’s invasion has led to some surprising effects on trademarks both in and out of Ukraine, say Diogo Antunes and Anna Shcherbyna of Inventa.
AWA Belgium, China, Denmark, Sweden
Patpol – European and Polish Patent and Trademark Attorneys Poland
U Myint Lwin Law Office
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Caribbean Trademark Services - Law Office of George C. J. Moore PA Caribbean
Sulima, Grabowska, Sierzputowska Patent and Trademark Attorneys Poland
Dennemeyer Group Europe, The Americas, Asia and Australia
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