Category: Insights

EPO and EUIPO study finds link between IPR and SME growth

A recent study by EPO and EUIPO explores the relationship between prior IPR activities of SMEs and the likelihood

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China Tackles Bad-faith Trademark Registrations

The China National Intellectual Property Administration has published Draft Regulations in an effort to tackle bad-faith trademark applications. In

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Case highlights difficulty in establishing use-based rights in Denmark under new Trademark Act

The new Trademark Act came into force in Denmark at the start of 2019. Amendments to the act include

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Beijing High Court rejects Thermos’ appeal in invalidation proceedings

Over a decade ago, a Chinese company filed for the mark TILIR THERMO VOGUE in Class 21 for use

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A quick guide to IP due diligence for investors

  Thorough evaluation of a company’s assets is a crucial part of any investor’s acquisition strategy but knowing what to

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Danish court rules on first case since 1925 which establishes indirect patent infringement

The rule on indirect infringement has been part of The Patents Act in Denmark for over 40 years. During

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The Abraxis judgement – CJEU clarifies the scope of Neurim teaching is narrow

Article 3d of the SPC-regulation, read in conjunction with Article 1b, must be interpreted as meaning that the marketing

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What export waivers mean for European Supplementary Protection Certificates

Louise Jonshammar takes a closer look at the final mandate surrounding export waivers for European Supplementary Protection Certificates, what

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Did Dunhill score big in China litigation case?

In October 2018, UK luxury goods brand Dunhill announced that it had won a trademark battle against Chinese menswear

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Trend scouting at the world’s largest trade show

Joacim Lydén and Simon Markström share their insights from CES 2019 on the latest technologies being developed and the

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