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Brands from the frontline
Dealing with copycats

Each industry has its specific trademark challenges – for fast-moving consumer goods it is dealing with copycats. Monitoring new legislation and dealing with competing retailers are two key aspects of the in-house counsel’s role in meeting this challenge. View PDF

Trademark management
Trademark audits – what you need to know

Trademarks are not static so it is important that companies review their portfolios on a regular basis. Too often though, this does not happen. Thus, it is imperative that a company’s trademark assets are reviewed regularly. View PDF

Counterfeiting perspectives
The same problem but different priorities

Trademark owners, governments and law enforcement agencies all claim to want to eradicate IP crime. The problem is they find it difficult to work together to achieve their aims. View PDF

The view online
False WHOIS information – is enough being done?

Accurate WHOIS information is crucial for mark owners to identify online infringers. However, around 5% of domain names issued in the United States are registered using “patently false” contact information, making it difficult or impossible to contact the sites’ owners. View PDF

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