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World Trademark Review offers an extensive range of special reports and supplements providing insights into the strategic protection, management and exploitation of trademarks. Available in print and online formats, the special reports range from jurisdictional guides to trademark, design and enforcement law to industry-specific analysis and trademark management best practice. All the reports and supplements are written by the world’s leading experts in the fields of trademark law, brand protection and strategic brand asset management.

Country Correspondents

Our Country Correspondents, leading firms from countries across the globe, take a detailed look at specific topics affecting trademark owners.



In World Trademark Review’s roundtable features, trademark counsel debate current industry issues, presenting strategic advice, best practice and insider know-how.


Pharmaceutical Trademarks 2015/16: A Global Guide

A comparative overview of the main areas of trademark and related law as they affect pharmaceuticals in key countries.


Online Brand Enforcement 2015

Focusing on practical brand protection strategies for the ever-changing electronic environment.


Design Rights: A Global Guide 2015

A simple, easy-to-use digest of some of the main issues involved in the protection, enforcement and exploitation of designs.


China: Managing the IP Life Cycle 2015/16

Exploring the issues facing IP owners in China as they seek to secure, protect and commercialise their rights.                            


World Trademark Review Yearbook 2014/2015

A simple, easy-to-use digest of trademark regulation in key jurisdictions across the globe.


Anti-counterfeiting 2014 – A Global Guide

A practical, country-by-country analysis of anti-counterfeiting procedure written by the world's leading firms.


India: Managing the IP Lifecycle

Detailed articles exploring the key themes that emerge across the IP lifecycle in India.


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