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Following last night's exclusive champagne reception and presentations at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Barcelona, World Trademark Review is delighted to reveal the winners at this year’s WTR Industry Awards. Among those honoured were teams and professionals from BMW, Intel, Marriott International, Nike, PepsiCo, Specsavers, the National Association of Realtors and Twitter.
Trademarks on the silver screen, CPA’s busy summer and ‘.sucks’ in the trademark family: INTA 2017 day three report (Blog)
For many INTA 2017 Annual Meeting delegates, the busiest days are over and the end is in sight; but determined not to let the long days and nights wear us down, the World Trademark Review editorial team of Trevor Little, Joff Wild and Tim Lince have been running between sessions, meetings and receptions with a few stops for coffee along the way to bring you the latest stories and insights from Tuesday’s proceedings.
Brand stewards, fake news, transport woes and a Brexit badge for Brits: INTA 2017 day two report (Blog)
Often the busiest day for attendees, the Monday of the INTA Annual Meeting usually features a full schedule of meetings, sessions, table topics and receptions reaching a crescendo that often goes into the early hours of Tuesday. Trying to keep up with the rapid pace of activities, the World Trademark Review editorial team of Trevor Little, Joff Wild and Tim Lince report on the action.
Daily drama, fakes on the beach, keynote controversy and a canny crocodile: INTA 2017 day one report (Blog)
The beautiful city of Barcelona is currently packed to the rafters with trademark experts attending INTA’s 2017 Annual Meeting. As ever, the World Trademark Review team is on the ground; reporters Trevor Little, Joff Wild and Tim Lince present some of their highlights and observations from the first full day of the event.
Tencent, LG Electronics and Time Warner revealed as owners of the fastest-growing trademark portfolios (Blog)
New research has revealed the top corporate trademark filers for 2016, with Chinese giant Tencent Holdings leading the way. The company is one of six Chinese powerhouses to make the top 50 list, trailing only US and German businesses with respect to global filing activity.
The World Trademark Review team has arrived in Barcelona for this year’s Annual Meeting. If you are in town, then visit us in the exhibition hall at stands C67-C68 to meet the team and pick up some of our latest publications (while stocks last).
The trademark industry’s corporate trailblazers revealed in groundbreaking new research project (Blog)
World Trademark Review is pleased to announce the publication of WTR 300: The World’s Leading Corporate Trademark Professionals. This unique resource identifies the in-house experts deemed to be the leading lights of the industry, performing trademark-related duties to the highest standards, adding true value to their organisations and exemplifying the qualities to which other counsel should aspire.
Research suggests budgets “holding steady” but more is being required of trademark departments (Blog)
A new study from Lecorpio suggests that, for the majority of trademark teams, budgets for prosecution and policing are unchanged year on year. However, drilling down it becomes clear that many departments remain under pressure to do more with the same level of resources.
Among the corporate teams featured on the 2017 WTR Industry Awards shortlist are those from adidas, Caesars Entertainment, Expedia, GlaxoSmithKline, Google, Intel, Maus Frères, Netflix, PepsiCo, Sky International, The National Association of Realtors, Twitter and Wyndham Worldwide.
Study finds senior executives fear trademark infringement, but will they loosen enforcement purse strings? (Blog)
New research has revealed that 80% of C-level executives feel that trademark infringement is on the rise, with more than half reporting that their organisation has initiated legal action against third parties in a bid to defend their brands. While a useful insight into the concerns of senior management, the challenge for counsel is turning this into budgetary support for trademark enforcement endeavours.
Last week, World Trademark Review hosted the Managing the Trademark Asset Lifecycle Europe conference in Munich. Much of the discussion on the day focused on how trademark teams can ensure that relationships across the corporate enterprise are meaningful and cooperative, rather than conflictive or inefficient. And, of course, juggling budgets to accommodate such efforts was a recurring conversation point.
Revealed: full speaker line-up for this month’s Managing the Trademark Asset Lifecycle Europe conference (Blog)
With the event just two weeks away, World Trademark Review is pleased to present the session-by-session speaking faculty for Managing the Trademark Asset Lifecycle Europe. A limited number of delegate places remain for the interactive event which focuses on the creation and exploitation of the value and economic potential that reside in strong brands.
The submissions window for the ninth annual Global Trademark Benchmarking Survey, which takes the pulse of the industry, tracks industry trends and identifies how practice is evolving to counter new threats and exploit new opportunities, closes on Friday. Participation in the survey is free of charge and designed to give counsel both in-house and in private practice the opportunity to have their say on the state of the industry.
There is still time to participate in this year’s Global Trademark Benchmarking Survey. Conducted annually by World Trademark Review, the research project is designed to give counsel both in-house and in private practice the opportunity to have their say on the state of the industry, and build up a comprehensive picture of current trends and best practice.
INTA president expects ‘evolution not revolution’ as the association looks to embrace the wider brand community (Blog)
For the first World Trademark Review podcast of 2017, we speak to Joseph Ferretti, the new president of the International Trademark Association. In a wide-ranging interview, covering such topics as policy around brand restrictions and plain packaging, engagement with the ICANN world, the choice of future event locations and the association’s international expansion, he provides exclusive insight into the future positioning of the organisation.
Third-party advertisers bidding on trademark terms in online search results spiked by 21% across the fourth quarter of 2016, with leading brands estimated to have lost 46 million clicks across the three-month period. For key brands in the clothing and apparel sector this has been translated into approximately $300,000 in lost revenue.
The 2017 edition of WTR 1000, identifying the world’s leading trademark professionals, now available online (Blog)
The 2017 edition of World Trademark Review 1000 The World’s Leading Trademark Professionals is our biggest yet, with 90 country and US state-specific chapters analysing local trademark legal services markets and profiling the firms and individuals singled out as leaders in their respective fields. As such, it serves as the definitive tool for locating high-calibre trademark partners worldwide.
Corporate and law firm professionals are being invited to participate in the ninth annual Global Trademark Benchmarking Survey, which measures the pulse of the industry, tracks industry trends and identifies how trademark practice is evolving to counter new threats and exploit new opportunities. Participation in the survey is free of charge and designed to give counsel both in-house and in private practice the opportunity to have their say on the state of the industry.
The nominations window for the WTR Industry Awards 2017 closes on December 13. Act now to ensure that the leading in-house trademark departments, groups and individuals receive the recognition they deserve.
Brand owners are losing the battle against typosquatters; study highlights tactics that could be effective (Blog)
New research has found that typosquatters are becoming increasingly adept at securing the most valuable brand-related domains, with the authors suggesting that many brands “do not know which domains they should target for reclaim”.
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