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Battling trade mark piracy in Cuba

With diplomatic relations between the US and Cuba slowly being restored, many US companies are keen to register their trade marks in Cuba. But, says Erica Gould, they need to watch out for pirates who have got there first

The recent restoration of diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba has sparked the interest of US companies in protecting their intellectual property in Cuba. While an exception under current US sanctions allows US companies to file and maintain...

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