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The Japanese government is reportedly poised to pass new legislation that would enable trademark registration for sounds, moving images and colours.
Footballer Gareth Bale has successfully acquired two trademarks relating to his goal celebration.
The recently departed IP enforcement coordinator (IPEC) for the US Government has been named president of a lobby group fighting on behalf of the software industry.
A court in Finland will now hear all civil disputes over intellectual property, marking the birth of the first centralised court for IP rights in the country.
ICANN has finished evaluating more than 1,700 applications for generic top-level domains, in what has been described as a “major milestone”.
The New Zealand Patents Bill passed its third reading in Parliament on August 28th, bringing national legislation more in line with international norms.
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP has added a five-strong team to its IP practice in London, including James Tumbridge and Paul Harris, who join the firm as partners.
In a document filed with the ITC on Monday, Samsung Electronics claimed that Ericsson has demanded billions more than in previous licence agreements with the company, which expired in 2007.
Apple has applied to trademark the term ‘startup’ in Australia.
A UK property agency has been told it must rebrand its 10-year-old logo as it does not own the rights to use the image of an iconic London building.
Chofn Intellectual Property China
Valencia Law Office Peru
Dr. Helen G. Papaconstantinou and Partners Greece
Spoor & Fisher South Africa
SULIMA-GRABOWSKA-SIERZPUTOWSKA Patent and Trademark Attorneys Poland
Bury & Bury European and Polish Patent and Trademark Attorneys European Union, European Patent Organisation, Poland
Dennemeyer Group Europe, The Americas, Asia and Australia
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