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BARCELONA collective mark rejected, battle for Prudential name and Philippines fakes crackdown: news round-up
In our latest round-up, we look at the Philippines government's pledge to crackdown on counterfeit goods, Scotch Whisky legal dispute figures, the rejection of the BARCELONA collective mark and a national IP office’s anti-fakes video featuring a naked man atop a tortoise.
In our latest industry data report, we take a deep dive into the trademark landscape of the automotive sector. While Germany remains the home of the most valuable brands, Chinese companies are catching up, and trademarks related to autonomous vehicles are rocketing.
US Customs head confirmed, Latvia trims WHOIS data and trademark offers Cambridge Analytica clues: news round-up
In our latest round-up, we look at how a trademark scammer has rebranded, Latvia's plans to cut back on WHOIS data collection, how India’s anti-counterfeiting efforts are under scrutiny and how a trademark may offer clues about the company that has hit headlines across the world Cambridge Analytica.
Argentina’s emergency trademark law amendments and reassuring filing figures; exclusive data analysis
In our latest data report, World Trademark Review examines Argentina's IP profile, exploring the potential impact of the new emergency decree on trademark law, while providing a thorough breakdown on filings at the Argentine register and delving into the performance of the trademark office.
The Venezuelan Patent and Trademark Office has suspended payment of official fees by foreign applicants for the foreseeable future. The situation, which has resulted in services including renewals and changes of ownership grinding to a halt for many brand owners, has been described by one local attorney as “lacking legal basis” and leaving IP owners “in limbo”.
In this week’s industry data report, World Trademark Review takes a close look at the oil and gas sector through a trademark lens. In addition to providing an overview of key industry trends in this field, we reveal the significant fluctuation of the leading brands’ values, the top filing classes and the rise of Chinese brands.
Tesla overtakes rivals in brand value, a Wakanda trademark, and Amazon files anti-counterfeit lawsuits: news round-up
In our latest round-up, we look at Amazon partnering with two brands to file several federal lawsuits against parties accused of selling fake goods, how brands got creative on International Women’s Day, and how the success of Marvel’s Black Panther movie has led to a number of trademark applications.
In this week’s country data report, we analyse the small but mighty trademark profile of Singapore. As well as exploring its nation brand strength, we identify its most important trademark-intensive industries and reveal who the leading brand owners are both in value and portfolio size.
A beer coloured trademark, Changsha IP court opens, and Kosovo registry launches digital database: news round-up
In today’s edition, we look how the so-called Beast from the East closed the UK IPO Office this week, the European Commission stepping up its battle against illegal content online, a new IP court opens for business in China, and controversy in Australia over a trademark application for a football chant.
No Brexit talk between IP offices, Scooby Doo infringement and Syria establishes trademark court: news round-up
In the latest news round-up, we look the latest IP case data from Saudi Arabia, the latest report from the EUIPO on the economic impact of IP infringement, the establishment of a trademark court in Syria and warnings over counterfeit security certificates.
Brexit update, plain packaging begins in Ireland, and first trademark ruling in Barbados: news round-up
In this round-up edition, we look at the latest Brexit developments from a trademark perspective, news on another solicitation scam, Hershey’s hawkish eye over the marijuana industry, and the result from the first ever trademark dispute in Barbados.
In this week’s country data report, World Trademark Review inspects the trademark landscape in France. We delve into the country’s filing trends and analyse how its leading brands have performed in recent years.
Jones Day has been named the strongest law firm brand in the United States for the second year running. According to the Acritas US Law Firm Brand Index 2018, Jones Day extended its lead in the table, while second place Skadden strengthened its brand over the past year. Bubbling below the surface, though, is the rising threat to traditional law firms from alternative legal service brands.
In our latest news round-up we look at how the Zimbabwe government is hiring a technology company to tackle counterfeit goods, the brands being accused of using “underhand tricks” to fool consumers and a new report looking at the leading Chinese brands.
In this week’s World Trademark Review country data report, we shine the spotlight on Brazil. In addition to taking a closer look at fallout from the country’s trademark and patent backlog, we identify the best performing brands and review recent filing data to assess the health of the trademark landscape.
Scotch Whisky toasts trademark renewal, fake toy epidemic, and IACC looks back on 2017: news round-up
In our latest news round-up we look at the US Senate’s announcement that nominated USPTO director Andrei Iancu will be voted on next week, Costco Korea losing a design infringement suit, ICANN extending its GDPR consideration window, and the retirement of the Swaziland trademark registrar.
“No imminent AI apocalypse” tech expert rejects predictions of mass job losses in trademark industry
Alibaba CEO Jack Ma predicted last week that artificial intelligence (AI) “will kill many jobs”, with reports claiming that AI will trigger the fourth industrial revolution. But the founder of a legal technology company has told World Trademark Review that reports of impending mass job losses in the trademark industry due to AI are overblown. The issue is hotly contested, with some claiming that INTA must do more to prepare professionals for the rise of AI.
LegalForce calls on USPTO to tackle Chinese firms “practicing illegally” allegations and threats revealed
Raj Abhyanker, founder and shareholder in LegalForce RAPC Worldwide the firm behind online filing engine Trademarkia has sent a grievance complaint to the US Patent and Trademark Office centred on Chinese IP law firms “practicing illegally” in the United States. Speaking exclusively to World Trademark Review, he expands on his allegations and the threats he received from one China-based filer.
In our latest news round-up we look at the European Commission beginning a public consultation for its global counterfeit and piracy watch-list, another new innovation in anti-counterfeiting, a flurry of trademark activity related to the Super Bowl and an initiative by the International Trademark Association which helped homeless people in New York.
Pharma brands warned not to be ‘trademark bullies’, Turkey on top, and world’s oldest mark: news round-up
In our latest news round-up we look at Turkey moving to the top of the European trademark filing league, Activision prevailing in a lawsuit in China, a British football club being mocked for its new logo, and the search for the world’s oldest registered mark. Coverage this time from Tim Lince (TJL), Adam Houldsworth (AH) and Timothy Au (TA).
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