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Japan’s new patent opposition system, opportunistic bad faith in the UDRP and the revival of medieval indulgences in Russia are among topics covered in our sponsored international briefings this month

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This month’s international briefings

Argentina: New Civil and Commercial Code

Australia: Criteria for pharmaceutical term extensions clarified

Austria: Bad faith and intent to use

Belgium: Prima facie validity of European patents

China patents: Latest developments on IP specialised courts

China trade marks: Alibaba reforms Taobao enforcement policies

EPO: No novelty for new use of known medical device

France: New sovereign patent fund

Germany: Late-filed submissions in nullity proceedings

India: Petty patents, patent benches and more……

Indonesia: Recognition for places with an IP culture

Japan: New patent opposition system

Malaysia: Court of Appeal clarifies extent of trade mark use

Mexico: IMPI changes approach to trade mark reclassification

Netherlands: Licensing platform for plant breeding innovations

New Zealand: No monopoly in ‘co-op’ or ‘co-operative’

Philippines: Protecting IP rights of indigenous peoples

Russia: Medieval indulgence resuscitated

Singapore: The Sino-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City

Switzerland: Preliminary injunctions and EPO oppositions

Taiwan: Foxconn wins trade secrets case

US trade marks: Opportunistic bad faith in the UDRP

Vietnam: Preliminary injunctions in IP cases

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