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Foreign investment in Myanmar is expected to receive a boost as a result of changes to the country’s trademark application process, report Khin Myo Myo Aye and Khin Yadanar Htay of Tilleke & Gibbins
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Linh Thi Mai Nguyen of Tilleke & Gibbins explains why an increase in trademark agents and intellectual property representation service organisations can be expected because of new legislation in Vietnam
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Information is power in the world of FRAND licensing. Richard Vary of Bird & Bird explains how the disclosure of confidential information and trade secrets are handled in the UK
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The new system raises several questions for European Patent Convention countries that are not EU members, say Selin Sinem Erciyas, Aysel Korkmaz Yatkın, Zeynep Çağla Üstün and Aysu Eryaşar of Gün + Partners
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Bo-Hyun Lee of Maiwald considers how the Unified Patent Court will affect the successful German model of having patent attorneys and attorneys-at-law work together to handle the technical aspects of infringement proceedings
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Duncan Maguire of Spoor & Fisher Jersey reports on the publication of draft legislation to overhaul an act dating back to 1958 as judgment is passed in a recent case concerning well-known marks
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Yen-Bin Gu of Saint Island International Patent & Law Offices explains what approach patentees can take when faced with the difficulties of applying marks to production methods and ever-shrinking electronic products
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The European patent system will undergo wholesale reform in June 2023. Jakob Pade Frederiksen of Inspicos explains what the changes mean for proprietors and applicants
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Marco Stief of Maiwald reports on a ruling by the CJEU that significantly extends the liability of online platforms for third-party trademark infringement and explains what it means for online marketplaces and trademark owners
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Chris Walters of Spoor & Fisher analyses a novel Tanzanian case concerning the ‘Tiffany’ mark and the ‘well-known’ status test
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