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  • The trademark cases to watch in the US

    May 25, 2016

    Michael Loney previews today’s INTA sessions on US case law and scandalous marks

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  • Whatever will be of B&B?

    May 25, 2016

    Trademark practitioners in the U.S. are thinking more strategically about the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) since the Supreme Court’s B&B Hardware v. Hargis Industries ruling in March last year. A session on Monday looked at the ruling’s impact in the U.S. and Europe

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  • Don’t you know who I am? Tips for proving fame

    May 25, 2016

    Panelists shared tricks for defeating trademark hijackers in various jurisdictions yesterday in the session “Almost Famous: Proving Fame in First to File Jurisdictions”

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  • May the enforcement be with you

    May 24, 2016

    In-house counsel for some of the biggest names in their respective businesses shared their best strategies on enforcing brands in the digital environment in a panel on Monday.

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  • Interview: Protecting the Penguin

    May 24, 2016

    Tricia Thompkins, intellectual property and licensing counsel at Perry Ellis International in Miami, Florida, talks to Michael Loney about the challenges of protecting the fashion company’s marks, such as the Original Penguin line of clothing

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  • Copyright may come your way: beware

    May 23, 2016

    Digital technology has made it easy to infringe copyright. As a trademark practitioner, in-house or private practice, you are likely to come across a copyright matter at some point in your career

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  • How to avoid being a trademark bully

    May 23, 2016

    Bullying is a “very buzzy term” in trademarks at the moment, revealed Bryce Coughlin of Fox Entertainment Group in the U.S. during yesterday’s session Taking it Too Far: When Pretexts and Bullying Create Ethical Dilemmas.

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  • Tarnishment and free speech debated

    May 23, 2016

    Professor Glynn S. Lunney Jr. and Antoine Gautier-Sauvagnac dueled over tarnishment law in INTA’s Annual Professor vs. Practitioner Debate on Sunday.

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INTA's annual meeting is in Barcelona next year! We spoke to its co-chairs https://t.co/p7aXG4yFg7 #INTA16 https://t.co/0KI7kGrulL

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Assertive anticounterfeiting in Africa and Asia https://t.co/9hesZvNeak #INTA16

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