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A US Department of State employee and his wife have been charged with conspiring to traffic counterfeit goods into the country.
US officials have said that standard-essential patent owners who seek injunctions to stop the sale of infringing products will no longer be pursued under competition laws.
Claudio Furtado, president of the Brazilian Patent and Trademark Office, has ruled out the possibility of the office becoming extinct under a controversial merger plan.
Only one in five equity partners in US law firms are women and less than 8% are people of colour, according to a report from the National Association for Law Placement.
The EU’s highest court has ruled that the exhaustion of copyright does not apply to e-books.
Argentine football legend Diego Maradona has been awarded damages after suing Dolce & Gabbana for using his name on the back of a jersey.
Associations in Brazil have criticised plans to merge the Brazilian Patent and Trademark Office (INPI) with a quasi-private organisation, enabling financial autonomy from the government.
The US Copyright Office has chosen Maria Strong, the current director of policy and international affairs, to temporarily lead the office.
Italian chocolatier Ferrero’s plans have been spoiled after it failed to register a 3D trademark for its popular chocolate ‘Ferrero Rocher’ before the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore.
Canadian law firm Fasken has strengthened its Montreal office with the addition of Jonathan Cutler.
Barger, Piso & Partner Austria
Johansson & Langlois Chile
Ermakova Stoliarova & Partners Russia
Patpol – European and Polish Patent Attorneys Poland
Dr. Helen G. Papaconstantinou and Partners Greece
Spoor & Fisher South Africa
Appleyard Lees United Kingdom
Caribbean Trademark Services - Law Office of George C. J. Moore PA Caribbean
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