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A highly secretive document outlining how a proposed trade agreement between nations in the Pacific region could affect IP rights has been made public.
Global companies invested around $466 billion in “branding” during 2011, according to a report published on Thursday by the World Intellectual Property Organization.
Police agency Europol and the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market are finalising guidelines for dealing with fake goods including toys and car brake pads.
Aaron Cooper, chief counsel for IP and antitrust law in the US Senate Judiciary Committee, is to join law firm Covington & Burling LLP.
Luxury goods company Christian Dior has lost a Supreme Court appeal over an on-going trademark case in Indonesia.
Pepper Hamilton LLP has opened a new IP office in the hi-tech hub of Silicon Valley, California.
Luxury fashion brand Gucci has had its GG trademark revoked after nearly 20 years on the UK register.
The UK has been named as a world leader for intellectual property rights, but businesses worldwide are concerned at outdated global laws, according to a report by an international law firm.
Barrister Richard Hacon has been appointed as specialist circuit judge of the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court.
High end clothes maker Canada Goose has slammed “low to mid quality” retailer Sears for trademark and trade dress infringement.
Excel Intellectual Property Brazil
Papula-Nevinpat - Russia Russia, Finland
Spoor & Fisher South Africa
Deep & Far Attorneys-at-law Taiwan
HSM IP Caribbean, EU, Central America, Latin America, South America
Peksung Intellectual Property Ltd. China
Cabinet M. Oproiu Romania
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