Racist rebrands, emoji enforcement and the IP links to terrorism: INTA 2016 day two report
In this update, the World Trademark Review editorial team present some of the highlights from the second jam-packed day of the 2016 INTA Annual Meeting, including novel approaches to trademark enforcement, a chilling reminder of the link between counterfeiting and terrorism, how the ongoing US election campaign is affecting IP in some countries and why the Japan Patent Office has not accepted any of the 477 applications for colour trademarks that it has received so far.
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