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IP owners are heading into a meeting today armed with eight proposals for enhancing trademark protection under the new gTLD programme.
Trademark owners (with marks registered before December 1, 2012) can apply to protect their rights in the new .pw namespace from December 3, 2012 to February 8, 2013.
Gabon has thwarted Kim Dotcom’s plans to launch a successor site to file-sharing service Megaupload under me.ga, after its government suspended the web address.
Copyright laws in Europe are not working and should be “re-balanced and de-cluttered”, according to the Brussels-based Lisbon Council.
British registry Nominet wants to hand shorter .uk web addresses to businesses for the first time in its history.
Samsung can begin selling its Galaxy Tab 10.1 in the US again after a judge removed a ban on the tablet following the company’s high-profile patent trial with Apple.
Brand owners in the Philippines are expected to pursue a new law that can punish cybersquatters with 20-year prison terms.
Apple is increasingly suing its rivals over its mobile phone patents, according to an industry report.
A Chinese technology company is planning to sue Facebook after claiming it stole the idea for the 'timeline', a mandatory feature for all users' accounts.
A US company has ordered a UK-based online retailer to remove the name ‘shabby chic’ from
its website, which sells vintage goods including linen and picture frames.
Sagacious IP India, China, Japan and Europe
Beau de Loménie (BDL-IP) France
CCPIT Patent & Trademark Law Office China
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Johansson & Langlois Chile
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