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01 September 2018 by Managing Intellectual Property
Ten years ago the Austrian Supreme Court decided a case concerning Mazda and a tuning company. The tuning company had offered its chip tuning parts for a range of cars. It also named on its website the car types for which it offered these chips. For that it used the cars’ word marks and the figurative marks (logos).
01 September 2018 by GoldenGate Lawyers
Bad faith trade mark registrations are a persistent problem encountered by foreign companies in China. It is reported that large-scale bad faith trade mark registrations have created an industry for numerous Chinese individuals and companies.
01 September 2018 by Spoor & Fisher
On June 28 2018 the Zimbabwean authorities published a document entitled the Zimbabwe Intellectual Property Policy and Implementation Strategy.
01 September 2018 by Lee Chiao Ying
One Belt One Road (OBOR) is a government initiative proposed by China’s President Xi Jinping in September 2013 for joint economic development spanning 65 countries
01 September 2018 by ABE & Partners
The Japanese IP system has vulnerable evidence collection procedures in comparison with foreign countries.
01 September 2018 by Daniel Greif
Section 13 Paragraph 2 of the Thai Trademark Act directs registrars to refuse applications for marks that are similar to a prior registered mark, given that such similarity is likely to mislead or confuse the public as to the ownership or origin of the goods claimed.
01 September 2018 by Thomas Gibb
In recent years, machine learning and so-called ‘artificial intelligence’ systems have once again come into the spotlight.
01 September 2018 by FB Rice
It is a long-standing principle of Australian patent law that determining whether or not a patent application is directed towards patentable subject matter should be done separately to determining issues of novelty and inventive step.
31 August 2018 by Managing Intellectual Property
The decision of the Full Federal Court in GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) Consumer Healthcare Investments (Ireland) (No 2) Limited v Generic Partners Pty Limited (2018) FCAFC 71 (May 10 2018) indicates that a mistake in a claim cannot be ignored even where the skilled person understands that a mistake has been made.
31 August 2018 by Özge Atilgan Karakulak
Özge Atılgan Karakulak and Güldeniz Doğan Alkan of Gün + Partners examine the advantages and disadvantages of TÜRKSMD, a new company set up by the Turkish IP Office to value intellectual property rights