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Concerns over the EU’s proposed SEP Regulation are based on little empirical support, say Benno Buehler and Kilian Mueller of Charles River Associates
February 15, 2024
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Barış Kalaycı and Begüm Soydan Sayılkan of Gün and Partners explain why trademark infringers have flocked to a popular part of the Turkish coast, and suggest what should be done in response
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Radha Khera of Remfry & Sagar reports on the High Court of Delhi granting Puma’s injunction request over its trademarks being used for infringing listings on a third-party seller’s website
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A register of recognised trademark representatives is among the potential changes summarised by Editha Hechanova of Hechanova Group under a proposal that is designed to bring greater clarity to trademark prosecution
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Szonja Szenczi-Molnár of Inspicos explains why patent applicants should clearly explain the alternatives and possible combinations concerning claims when drafting description text, in light of a ruling on the allowability of amendments
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Charles Feng, Wanyi Wang, and Lian Xue of Tahota Law Firm explain how a trademark’s original registrant is analysed in China when an application for a declaration of invalidation is filed
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Jennifer Jones of Bird & Bird explains that there is now a rebuttable presumption of a valid priority right after a ruling by the EPO’s Enlarged Board of Appeal
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Evangelia Sioumala of Patrinos & Kilimiris suggests some of the reasoning applied in a decision by the Greek Trademarks Administrative Committee is not in line with settled EU case law
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Several Mickey Mouse short films entered the public domain in 2003 in Vietnam, despite Steamboat Willie's US copyright expiring only recently. Chi Lan Dang of Tilleke & Gibbins explores a complex legal area
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Selin Sinem Erciyas, Zeynep Çağla Üstün, and Beste Turan of Gün and Partners explain a decision by the Turkish Civil Court for Intellectual and Industrial Property Rights that set an important precedent for the protection of pharmaceutical patent holders’ rights
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Min Son of Hanol IP says Korea’s high-tech sector has much to gain from an amendment to the Enforcement Decree of the Korean Patent Act that provides for an accelerated patent examination system
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