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Currently, many trademark owners experience sales decreases, and it is getting more important than ever not to fall prey to counterfeiters.
The purpose of the new legislation is to strengthen the regulatory framework regarding parasitic advertising, introduce sanctions for violators and protect well-known signs in the sports field.
The new joint software solution aims to bridge the gap between research & development and Intellectual Property.
How should the morality absolute grounds for refusal be interpreted, and does freedom of expression play a role in EU trademark law?
The USPTO is trying to be especially mindful of the outsized impact of the coronavirus crisis on small businesses and independent inventors.
Everybody active in R&D knows that there are situations when evolution becomes stuck along the way in what we call the innovation gap.
The German Constitutional Court delivered another blow to the hopes of those still wishing for an early start of the unitary patent system.
Germany plays a pivotal role in the future viability of the new harmonized system, with a decision of the constitutional challenge likely to be rendered before the end of Q1 this year.
A new decade is upon us, and its first two months have veered between ordinary and chaotic. What is sure is that 2020 is primed to feature a significant number of key IP law trends.
The dispute between Google and Oracle over the IP rights to Java code is finally nearing its end in the chambers of the U.S. Supreme Court.
The U.S. government's decision to repeal the Paramount Consent Decrees could have significant repercussions for Intellectual Property rights associated with American films.
On the pitch, Inter Milan would be the heavy favorite in a match against Inter Miami, but in a current trademark dispute before the USPTO, the balance of power is not clear-cut.