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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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Registration no longer constitutes legitimate use defence in Turkey

02 July 2018 by Managing Intellectual Property

Turkey has welcomed the new Intellectual Property Code (the IP Code) numbered 6769. This came into force on January 10 2017.

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Levi’s wins trade mark claim against Hema

02 July 2018 by Managing Intellectual Property

Denim giant Levi Strauss & Co has recently won a trade mark infringement case against Dutch retail chain Hema concerning its famous V-shaped stitching on the back pockets of its jeans.

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Two different approaches to patent applications: Europe and North America

02 July 2018 by Managing Intellectual Property

CRISPR technology enables genes to be edited and can eventually treat diseases caused by gene mutations.

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Catalogue not considered publicly available material in bathtub case

02 July 2018 by Vladimir Biriulin

An applicant obtained a patent for design No 83063 concerning a bathtub. An interested person opposed the grant of the patent averring that the patent did not satisfy the patentability criteria, i.e. novelty and originality.

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Federal court refuses to suspend TTAB proceedings

02 July 2018 by Karen Artz Ash

Although it is the general policy of the USPTO’s Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) to suspend opposition proceedings when the parties to such proceedings become involved in a civil action which may be dispositive of the case, a recent decision issued by the US District Court for the District of Delaware in Tigercat Int’l, Inc. v Caterpillar Inc. indicates that there are circumstances where, conversely, federal courts will stay a litigation pending a TTAB ruling.

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Supreme Court examines patent infringement case concerning the limitation period

02 July 2018 by Managing Intellectual Property

The general limitation period for juridical actions in Austria is 30 years. However, particular laws can stipulate shorter or longer limitation periods.

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Women in IP Interview: Imogen Fowler, Mireille Buydens and Ellen Shankman

04 June 2018 by Lucy Songi

For this edition of the Women in IP Interview, Lucy Songi speaks to Imogen Fowler (Hogan Lovells), Mireille Buydens (Janson Baugniet) and Ellen Shankman (Ellen B Shankman & Associates) about their experiences and what advice they would offer to up-and-coming IP practitioners

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The Chamber of Patent Disputes considers the similarity of two marks

01 June 2018 by Vladimir Biriulin

A combined designation was filed as trade mark application no 2016706326 in respect of services in Class 42 of the International Classification of Goods and Services (ICGS)

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Malaysia: Recent developments in trade mark law and practice

22 May 2018 by Azlina Aisyah Khalid

Azlina Aisyah Khalid analyses recent developments in Malaysia, including record trade mark filing, a case involving allegations of abandonment and the latest on legislation