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US companies come out with a win in Cuba


Erica Gould analyses a number of recent Cuban Trademark Office decisions issued in favour of US brand owners who had filed oppositions against applications made by trade mark pirates

When US President Barack Obama announced the restoration of diplomatic relations with Cuba in December 2014, brand owners reacted to this news by flooding the Cuban Trademark Office with new applications. Two years later, the countries entered murky waters when...


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