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The $20 million Annual Meeting, Amazon’s everyday heroes and Smurfs make an appearance: INTA 2018 day two report
As well as often being the busiest day for attendees, with proceedings having kicked off on Saturday, the Monday of the INTA Annual Meeting marks the halfway point of the event. Trying to keep up with the rapid pace of activities (and maintain energy levels), the World Trademark Review editorial team presents some of their highlights from the second jam-packed day of the event.
UDRP in a GDPR world, attendance creeps towards 11,000, and Boston calling: INTA 2018 day three report
The legs are getting heavier, and the ‘morning after’ headaches more intense, but the World Trademark Review editorial team of have been running between sessions, the exhibition hall, meetings and receptions with a few stops along the way for some fine Seattle coffee to bring you the latest stories and insights from Tuesday’s proceedings at the 2018 INTA Annual Meeting.
Fake press passes, ‘.sucks’ gun violence debate and the Annual Meeting heads to Singapore: INTA 2018 day one report
The great and the good of the trademark industry have descended on Seattle for INTA’s 2018 Annual Meeting. The World Trademark Review team is on the ground, and we will be presenting a daily round-up of event highlights and observations. Here’s what caught our attention on the first full day of proceedings.
In our latest round-up, we look at a number of trademarks that appear to be related to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the USPTO unveiling a new resource center, a look at Facebook takedown numbers in the second half of 2017, and how the Toys-R-Us brand is now on the market.
Brexit, GDPR and embracing technological innovation: exclusive pre-Annual Meeting interview with INTA president
In anticipation of this year’s INTA Annual Meeting, which kicks off this weekend, and as part of our ongoing series interviews with WTR 300-featured corporate trademark counsel, World Trademark Review speaks with Tish Berard, the association’s 2018 president. Taking time out of her busy schedule, she gives us an insight into what to expect in Seattle and the issues at the heart of INTA’s strategic plan.
MEME mark refused, Trump trademark snag for Israeli club and WHOIS working group set to disband: news round-up
In our latest round-up, we look at a MEME trademark related to serial filer Michael Gleissner, how an Israeli football team adding ‘Trump’ to its name could land the club in trademark hot water, a call for improved IP laws in Nigeria and how the IP portfolio of a UK fashion brand is up for sale.
NBA star to deliver USPTO event keynote, Frida Kahlo lawsuit, and Google named most loved US brand: news round-up
In our latest round-up, we look at the keynote speaker at the USPTO National Trademark Expo in July, a Canadian lawyer rallying against changes to the country’s trademark law, the brands named the most loved by American consumers, and how Amazon’s Alexa has been named the “biggest challenge for brands since the Internet”.
Continuing our series of interviews with WTR 300-ranked corporate trademark counsel, World Trademark Review catches up with Jerry Xia, deputy general counsel and chief IP counsel, Asia Pacific, for Fortune 100 conglomerate Honeywell. He shares his insights into how the Chinese brand protection landscape has developed in recent years and offers some practical tips for managing trademarks in the region.
Burberry targets Target, Google launches GDPR-ready WHOIS records and battle of the cat hotels: news round-up
In our latest round-up, we look at why Burberry is filing suit against discount retailer Target, Kenya’s president's warning about counterfeiting damage, how Google changing its WHOIS records in time for the upcoming GDPR enforcement date and much more.
Supreme most searched counterfeit brand, IACC training programme and massive confectionery brand portfolio sold: news round-up
In our latest round-up, we look at Under Armour launching a trademark suit against a competitor, how online searches for fake fashion is soaring, the massive portfolio of confectionery brands that has been sold off and details of the IACC’s latest training programme.
Plain packaging in South Africa, Alibaba cryptocurrency blow and a trademark tour of Seattle: news round-up
In our latest round-up, we look at research which found that many beverage brands are idle on Twitter, Pfizer’s counterfeit enforcement stats, Apple’s purchase of a non-registered Chinese mark and the South African government’s comment period on plain packaging.
Jack Daniel’s sues rival, Amazon “awash” with fakes, and Lionel Messi lifts trademark dispute trophy: news round-up
In our latest round-up, we look at a call for an annual Trademarks Day, the Chilean and Jordan IP offices joining TMview, Jack Daniel’s suing a whiskey rival, and China pledging to step up IP protection efforts.
World Trademark Review spoke this week to the WTR 300-featured Jennifer Chung until recently the assistant general counsel at media giant Time Inc in a far-reaching interview about approaching enforcement judicially to enforcement, the keys to smooth collaboration between legal and non-legal business departments and why she values curiosity above all else in outside counsel.
Lucasfilm trademark scuffle, Breaking Bad beer battle and Tanzania launches counterfeit campaign: news round-up
In our latest round-up, we look at how half of cybercrime revenues come from illicit online marketplaces, the Brexit-related trademark ruffling feathers, how cryptocoin names are often inspired by movies and books, and why Lucasfilm is being sued for trademark infringement.
Kit Kat blow, Comey trademark abandoned, and Russian IP office pledges blockchain support: news round-up
In our latest round-up, we look at the advocate general’s latest Kit Kat opinion, INTA’s call for more research on illicit trade, Liverpool Football Club embroiled in a dispute, strong start for the ‘.app’ new gTLD, and advice on building a fashion retail brand in 2018.
“Generic drug-making is a fast-track business”: Sandoz trademark head reveals approach to IP management
For the latest in World Trademark Review’s series of interviews with WTR 300-listed corporate counsel, we met up with David Lossignol, INTA’s president-elect and global head of trademarks for Sandoz. He explained how he overcomes the challenges of managing pharmaceutical brand rights across many jurisdictions and addressed the growing threat of brand restrictions.
WHOIS access charges, NGOs take aim at watch list plans and INTA applauds ‘Brand India’: news round-up
Every Tuesday and Friday, World Trademark Review presents a round-up of news, developments and insights from across the trademark sphere. In our latest edition, we look at a registry’s plans to charge trademark owners for access to WHOIS data, the war of words over the European Commission’s plans for an IP markets watch list and a blow for Apple in the Norwegian courts.
Nepal launches collective tea mark, HP ramps up anti-fakes efforts and new CITMA president: news round-up
Every Tuesday and Friday, World Trademark Review presents a round-up of news, developments and insights from across the trademark sphere. In our latest edition, we look at the election of a new president at CITMA, how HP is stepping up its anti-counterfeiting outreach, Sri Lanka’s plans to ban colour on cigarette branding and a decision on ownership of the BLACK FRIDAY mark.
How the legal profession underutilises paralegals: exclusive interview with Deborah Hampton of Chemours
In the latest of our series of exclusive interviews with leading, WTR 300-ranked in-house professionals, The Chemours Company’s Deborah Hampton reflects on the underutilisation of paralegals in trademark management and about her approach to stewarding the company’s global brand rights. Crucially, she contends that companies often underestimate the substantive work that paralegals can undertake and are missing out on unique insights into brand management.
Call for more robust online RPMs, Alibabacoin hits back and getting legal advice from a robot: news round-up
In our latest round-up, we look at a trademark infringement lawsuit involving much-loved US TV sitcom I Love Lucy, the experts calling for more robust rights protection mechanisms, how Alibabacoin is hitting back at the Alibaba lawsuit and how the Smiley trademark owner is targeting the Indian market.
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