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The US International Trade Commission (ITC) has launched a pilot programme aimed at reining in non-practising entities that own and assert patents without making products.
London’s Design Museum provided the setting for a discussion between lawyers, brand managers and design industry professionals about the value of design.
Scores of controversial brand-owned generic top-level domains could be under threat after a ruling on Thursday that defers their approval until further notice.
The UK government has said a new police unit for tackling IP crimes will be ready by September this year.
Europe’s highest court ruled on Thursday that rights owners can demand levies from printer and computer-makers when their devices are linked together to reproduce copyright.
New IP modifications passed in Guatemala will allow companies from outside the country to protect their products and ensure their authenticity.
A new anti-piracy law passed in Russia could see courts order the blocking of websites offering movies and TV series.
Intellectual property theft is of “fast-growing concern” in emerging economies, new research has revealed.
The EU’s General Court has found that Community trademarks for ‘Dialdi’ and ‘Aldi’ are similar “to some extent”, and overturned a previous ruling.
IP practitioners have been urged to comment on the draft rules of procedure for the Unified Patent Court, which will accompany the Unitary Patent system.
J. Varbanov & partners Bulgaria and EU
Patpol – European and Polish Patent Attorneys Poland
Valencia Law Office Peru
Henry Goh & Co Sdn Bhd Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei
Dr. Helen G. Papaconstantinou and Partners Greece
Fenix Legal KB Sweden
Dennemeyer Group Europe, The Americas, Asia and Australia
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