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A comprehensive brand protection strategy is essential for any organization seeking to safeguard trademarks and other IP assets that define it in the market.
The issue of Disney's signature Mickey Mouse character entering the public domain is just one example of IP's major — and multifaceted — effects on the movie business.
At first glance, the topic of trademark eligibility seems obvious, but the reality is a lot more complex.
Our expert panel discuss the current state of IP in the MENAP region and what the future holds.
Memes are now a pervasive element of popular culture, but where (and how) do they fit into the existing IP landscape?
The publication of a trademark is an essential step in the registration process, but it does not mean registration has occurred or is guaranteed in the near future.
The examination stage of a trademark application, which determines if it will be rejected or progress toward registration, involves specific procedures that must be followed to the letter.
Understanding these unique conditions is essential for companies looking to do business in the region.
While PoAs have a certain benefit related to legal certainty, many objections remain against mandating PoAs for trademark filings.
If a trademark is used as a generic term, it can lose its Intellectual Property (IP) protections. We explore genericization and what can be done about it.
Individual pieces of evidence is often no less decisive than the arguments of law.
The field of Intellectual Property (IP) is full of symbols that are common shorthand to those in the know but that can be somewhat puzzling to the unversed.