Two trademark experts in the Netherlands – Turnstone attorney Michiel Haegens and Leeway attorney at law Jos Klaus – reflect on the impact of Gleissner’s activities on the Benelux IP ecosystem. Read more
As a new director general of the Benelux Office for Intellectual Property takes over, a new era at the registry begins. To mark this change, representatives from the office look at what the future is likely to bring. Read more
The Luxembourg registry, DNS-LU, has announced that it will amend the terms and conditions of registration and management of ‘.lu’ domain names on June 11 2013. This will result in two key changes: domain names that were previously temporarily blocked from registration will be made available, and a ‘dispute request’ system will be introduced.
The Luxembourg Registry, DNS-LU, has announced various modifications to its Domain Name Charter. Among other things, it is now possible to register IDNs in the '.lu' domain name space. This will enable the registration of domain names with special characters, such as those commonly used in the Luxembourgish, French and German languages.