In This Issue:
- MODERNISATION OF THE TRADEMARK SYSTEM: Is Europe on the cusp of trademark law reform?
- FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE: Brand owners face unique challenges in Russia
- DETAINING COUNTERFEIT GOODS: New European Customs Regulations
- CHINA GOES PAPERLESS: A new application system for IPRs
- 3D PRINTING: A new dimension for trademarks
- Excerpt from Introduction:
In this special edition of Law à la Mode, we focus on a number of topical issues for brand owners. Reflecting the firm’s global footprint, the contributions come from geographically diverse locations, including Hong Kong, Paris, London, Milan, the US and Russia. We hope you enjoy it...
- Excerpt from 3D PRINTING: A new dimension for trademarks:
The intellectual property right most commonly focused on at the intersection between 3D printing and intellectual property rights is patents, immediately followed by copyright. Then come the models and design rights and, in the background, barely visible, there are the trademarks....
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Topics: 3-D Printing Technology, Brand, China, Counterfeit Goods Regulation, Counterfeiting, EU, Inter Partes Review Proceedings, Patent Reform, Patents, Russia, Trademarks
Published In: Civil Remedies Updates, Communications & Media Updates, Intellectual Property Updates, International Trade Updates, Science, Computers & Technology Updates
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