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
Useful article on this week's webinar on geographic names and #TLDs - of interest to trademark folk. https://t.co/rWw0AMlxYJ
Our ed James Nurton is moderating a panel at Superyacht Investor @syinvestor next week. Say hello if you're there!… https://t.co/l90ccpHAXd
RT @uspto: Co-founder of @gogritorg demonstrated how innovation improves lives at USPTO's #WorldIPDay event. Read the #blog: https://t.co/m…
Patent subject matter eligibility: A new Section 101
Calls for changing Section 101 of the Patent Act in the US are increasing. A proposed amendment from IPO shows one way to do it, reports Michael Loney
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