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Examining different forms of protection for personality rights

01 September 2018 by Norton Rose Fulbright

Big names in Hollywood, sports, and music often enforce their personality rights

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TPTO refuses trade mark solely due to bad faith

01 September 2018 by Managing Intellectual Property

When evaluating bad faith claims, the Turkish Patent and Trademark Office (TPTO) considers several matters , but predominantly if the trade mark is an original sign that was created by a prior right holder.

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Court allows laches defense in cancellation case

01 September 2018 by Karen Artz Ash

In the last few years, the US Supreme Court has held that laches is not an available defense to claims for copyright or patent infringement brought within the limited periods described under each of the Copyright and Patent Acts

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When is joint use of trade marks allowed?

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).

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Court rules in favour of Phillips in SEP dispute

01 September 2018 by Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan

In a judgment dated July 12 2018, the Delhi High Court has allowed a plea of patent infringement by Koninklijke Philips Electronics (Phillips)

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Law on national domain images changes

01 September 2018 by Aurélia Marie

A French court issued a ruling on April 13 2018 concerning the photographs of Chambord Castle used by Kronenbourg breweries in the context of an advertising campaign for one of their beers.

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Public order, morals and good customs prevent trade mark

01 September 2018 by Managing Intellectual Property

Early this year, the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property issued decisions denying registration for the trade mark PINCHE GRINGO BBQ & Design in classes 43 (restaurants) and 30 (sauces)

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Examining proposed amendments to evidence collection procedures

01 September 2018 by ABE & Partners

The Japanese IP system has vulnerable evidence collection procedures in comparison with foreign countries.

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Turkey: New company set to boost IP commercialisation

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

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Examining the droit moral of integrity

02 July 2018 by Managing Intellectual Property

In Mexico, droit moral is attached to the author and is inalienable, does not expire, cannot be waived and cannot be encumbered. The author and his/her heirs can enforce this right.