Why we love (and hate) design rights
After attending the recent INTA/AIPPI conference on “Designs: Into the Future”, James Nurton summarises what there is to love about designs – and also a few reasons not to love them. We also look in depth at the recent Trunki decision in the UK and the pending Apple v Samsung case in the United States
Dara Kendall, IP counsel at Procter & Gamble in Singapore, summed up both the appeal and challenge of design rights, in a presentation at the recent INTA/AIPPI conference in Singapore, attended by some 200 practitioners. Designs, she said, "protect what's...
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