Tag: trademarks

Swissness

Swissness – recent developments in protecting the “Swiss” brand

It is no secret that Swiss products and services enjoy a great reputation both at home and abroad. They

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Beijing IP Court awards Shell statutory damages

In a recent base before the Beijing IP Court, oil and gas giant Shell International received the maximum amount

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IP Strategy

  In this fifth and final webinar in this series Anders Heebøll-Nielsen talks about the importance of creating an

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Guide: EU Trademarks after Brexit

EU trademarks will no longer be protected in the UK after Brexit. What will happen to your EUTM depends

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Bad news for WhatsApp as Norwegian Board of Appeal refuses to register logo

With a reported total of more than 500 million users globally, many of us will have used or at

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trade marks

How the amended Norwegian Trade Marks Act will affect applicants and owners

The upcoming amendments to the Norwegian Trade Marks Act align law and practice with the EEA, but also provides

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Opinions

China issues Opinions on destroying infringing and counterfeit goods

On August 13, 2020, nine of China’s authorities including the Supreme People’s Court and the State Administration for Market

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Criteria

CNIPA publishes trademark infringement criteria

To help strengthen and guide trademark law enforcement, provide uniform criteria for law enforcement, strengthen the protection of exclusive

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Amendments to Hong Kong’s Trade Marks Ordinance paves the way for Madrid Protocol

The Trade Marks (Amendment) Ordinance 2020 was gazetted on June 19, 2020. While the Amendment does not introduce any

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Brands must take extra caution against counterfeits during Covid-19 pandemic

Enhanced online brand protection and anti-counterfeiting measures are needed due to the current pandemic: as demand from e-commerce consumers

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