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Mere registration and renewal of a trademark isn’t enough to protect it, even when it was first registered in the 1950s. Geetha K tells the tale of how British American Tobacco lost its Parliament mar...
With the best economic growth rate in the world, Asia is at the forefront of intellectual property rights protection efforts. Gladys Mirandah and Jennifer Fajelagutan examine important changes in the ...
Europe Rejects ACTA   2012-07-01
Playing Defence   2011-02-01
In 2011, Korea’s biggest legal battles appear to pit patent attorneys against attorney and Korean law firms againstforeign law firms. Gregory Glass reports from Seoul on the country’s intellectual pro...
As the use of social networking sites grows, so does their use as a means of defaming people. The question which naturally arises is: who can be sued by the person against whom such defamatory stateme...
Several developing trends stand to change the intellectual property landscape in India. Pravin Anand examines what changes are ahead for IP practitioners.
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