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  • Baltic firms team up

    Three law firms from Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania have joined together under the name Ellex

  • Apple v Samsung: A new day for design patents?

    Practitioners said that this week's Federal Circuit decision in Apple v Samsung brings welcome clarity for design patents and highlights their increasing importance, especially with advances in 3D printing

  • Interview: Inside PIPCU’s anti-counterfeiting drive

    As the UK’s Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit launches a new campaign, Managing IP spoke to DCI Danny Medlycott about what brand owners can do to help enforcement authorities fight criminals and raise awareness

  • IP trends at the CJEU in 2014 - data

    The annual report 2014 published by the Court of Justice of the EU reveals interesting statistics on how its courts are managing with their rising IP caseload. Below we pick out data to show trends in IP cases in both courts, with a focus on the General Court, which hears appeals from OHIM in CTM and RCD cases

  • Hague gives teeth to provisional rights

    Publication of design patent applications under the Hague Agreement for the Registration of Industrial Designs increases the value of provisional rights in the United States, as Brent M Dougal explains

  • .Sucks registry unconcerned with criticisms

    Vox Populi, the company behind the .sucks gTLD, told Managing IP that they wanted to start a conversation and indeed they’ve done that, this time at the United States Congress

  • Interview: Gyu-wan Choi of the Korean IP Office

    Gyu-wan Choi, director general of the trademark and design examination bureau, spoke with Managing IP about KIPO’s plans to increase efficiency, its international projects and important developments for brand owners in Korea

  • UK Supreme Court upholds law on passing off

    The UK Supreme Court has dismissed Starbucks and PCCW’s appeal in a passing off claim against Sky, reaffirming long-established English case law on the territorial nature of goodwill


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