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APAC IP Life Hacks

Issued: February 28 2019

At last year’s INTA Annual Meeting in Seattle, lawyers from Asia and the Pacific pooled their collective knowledge for a session they called Life Hacks for Brand Protection in Asia-Pacific: 15 Tips and Tricks You Need to Know Now! This story, the first in a series of curated reports from that session, covers key trademark matters in Australia and New Zealand.

 

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