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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.
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).
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.
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.
With IP-focused cyber-attacks on the rise, incident response plans are critical: free webinar announced (Blog)
New research suggests that IP cyber theft incidents are expected to rise over the next 12 months. Reflecting the need for law firm practitioners to implement cyber breach plans, and for in-house trademark counsel to evaluate and require the response planning of partners, we are pleased to announce a one-hour webinar designed to provide critical knowledge and guidance on this increasingly important issue.
Is the trademark litigation bounce-back on? A statistical look at 2016 cases and the firms involved (Blog)
Earlier this year we reported on data which highlighted a fall in trademark litigation filings in the US. If this trend continued, we noted, it would ring alarm bells in law firms that rely on contentious work for their revenue streams. With that in mind, we thought it would be a good time to see if the trend has continued downward in the intervening months.
World Trademark Review is pleased to announce the publication of the latest editions of Pharmaceutical Trademarks: A Global Guide and India: Managing the IP Lifecycle.
World Trademark Review is pleased to unveil the first speakers participating in this year’s Managing the Trademark Asset Lifecycle conference, to be held in New York on October 20. Building on the success of last year’s inaugural event, this year’s conference will take an even deeper dive into the strategic management of trademarks, with professionals from companies such as A&E Television Networks, Kate Spade & Company, BlackBerry, and Voya Financial.
“Don’t panic”: call for calm as Brexit vote creates uncertainty over future scope of trademark protection (Blog)
The UK electorate has voted to leave the European Union, meaning that after months of campaigning and speculation, trademark professionals now face the very real prospect of a changed IP landscape. The exit won’t become a reality until 2018 at the earliest, meaning that EU trademarks and registered Community designs currently remain valid in the United Kingdom. However, in the interim there is a lot to be negotiated, with the UK Institute of Trademark Attorneys urging rights holders “not to panic”.
Trademark suits down as research reveals most litigious companies (and the firms that represent them) (Blog)
New data from Lex Machina has highlighted a fall in trademark litigation filings in the US, with case numbers in the first quarter of this year at a seven-year low. If this trend continues, it will ring alarm bells in law firms that rely on contentious work for their revenue streams.
With the addition of corporate counsel from New Balance and Zippo Manufacturing Company, the speaking faculty for Trademark Litigation: Practical Strategies an immersive, high-level conference being held in New York next week is now complete.
Yesterday OHIM closed its doors, to allow time for staff to install the necessary system upgrades to adapt the website and its online application tools in light of the requirements of EU Regulation 2015/2424. Today the office re-opened for business, albeit with a new identity.
Drawing on the expertise of professionals from organisations such as the Camuto Group, Facebook, the Henkel Corporation, the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board and Verizon, the stellar speaking faculty for Trademark Litigation: Practical Strategies will drill down into complex litigation strategies, offering practical advice on how to maximise success.
With the first changes due to take effect in less than three weeks, in the latest episode of the World Trademark Review podcast we talk to a range of industry experts on what counsel should be doing now to prepare for the new EU trademark regime.
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