The sweeping changes introduced by Turkey’s new law on Industrial Property are discussed in detail in the following two articles. The new law is, however, just one part of the story of Turkey’s rapid IP evolution in recent years, which comes as the country’s government gradually takes steps to comply with EU accession standards
Turkey’s new IP Code introduces significant changes to trade mark law. Hande Hançar Çelik and Zeynep Seda Alhas of Gün + Partners highlight the most important ones
Turkey’s new IP Law brings important changes to patents, including clarification of some concepts and the introduction of post-grant oppositions. Selin Sinem Erciyas and Özge Atilgan Karakulak of Gün + Partners explain
EU General Court upholds rejection of LG’s ‘Dual Edge’ trade mark https://t.co/WHwPALRV91
European Commission approves Qualcomm's acquisition of NXP, subject to conditions https://t.co/0LQaJUbYmm Qualcomm… https://t.co/sk8YHNFZny
easyGroup loses trade mark fight against EasyRoommate https://t.co/RbXV5TJ8Cn Property letting business doesn't inf… https://t.co/gPvR1fnvdP
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Tribal sovereign immunity: Taking a wrecking ball to the IPR system
The lawyer behind Allergan’s controversial transfer of patents to a Native American tribe says others are “lining up to do deals”. But, Michael Loney asks, will the PTAB rule that sovereign immunity applies in these types of deals?
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