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  • When client-adviser relationships go sour ...

    The second part of our IP STARS research, based on a survey of 1,200 in-house practitioners, looks at what causes relationships to go wrong

  • The Top 250 Women in IP (2017)

    Managing Intellectual Property IP STARS has published its annual list of the leading female IP practitioners in private practice

  • Read Trademark Times this week

    We are publishing a new newspaper during this week - Trademark Times. Pick up your copy at our booth in the INTA Exhibition Hall or download a PDF from our website

  • Beware the emoji trolls

    Trademark counsel might find themselves with frowny faces if they do not take steps to protect emoji. A new paper from Eric Goldman, law professor at Santa Clara University School of Law, discusses the law of emojis, including the trademark implications

  • The 10 trade mark topics to watch

    Brand protection is in flux. Technological and cultural trends driven by the internet and social media are bringing new challenges, while political developments such as Brexit pose their own problems. At this time of change, we have identified 10 key topics around the world that trade mark owners need to be on top of. By Michael Loney, James Nurton, Natalie Rahhal and Shaun Tan

  • Branding, translations and the concept of "face" - how to succeed in China

    At the MARQUES Luxury Brands Symposium in Hong Kong, the topic on everyone’s lips was “branding in China”

  • The counterfeit hunter - a report from the MARQUES Luxury Brands Symposium

    In German, Peter Stiefel’s last name means “boot”. The boot fits; at the MARQUES panel on defending luxury brands last week, Stiefel seemed by far the most gung-ho of the speakers, and the most willing to kick down doors in search of counterfeits

  • How counterfeiting is changing - Fraser Morrison, Edrington Group

    In a talk at the CITMA Spring Conference, the brand protection manager for Edrington Group, which owns brands such as The Macallan, The Famous Grouse and Cutty Sark, discussed trade marks, criminality and the Dark Web

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