GoDaddy Launches GoDaddy Corporate Domains

New Domain Management Solution Enables Enterprises to Contain Costs, Optimize Portfolios and Mitigate Risks GoDaddy Inc. (NYSE: GDDY), the world's largest domain name registrar, today announced the launch of GoDaddy Corporate Domains, a domain management solution for...

Mathys & Squire expands trademark capability with new appointment

Top tier intellectual property firm, Mathys & Squire LLP is pleased to announce the appointment of Robin Richardson as associate to the firm’s trademark practice, bringing the team headcount to a record high of 13 (made up of attorneys and paralegals), across its...

Clarivate launches Domains for Good

Clarivate has launched a new program, Domains for Good, to meet the unique needs of non-profit, mission-driven and for-good organizations. The MarkMonitor Domains for Good program leverages deep industry expertise in the domain name space to take the guesswork out of...

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GoDaddy Launches GoDaddy Corporate Domains

New Domain Management Solution Enables Enterprises to Contain Costs, Optimize Portfolios and Mitigate Risks GoDaddy Inc. (NYSE: GDDY), the world's largest domain name registrar, today announced the launch of GoDaddy Corporate Domains, a domain management solution for...

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Clarivate launches Domains for Good

Clarivate has launched a new program, Domains for Good, to meet the unique needs of non-profit, mission-driven and for-good organizations. The MarkMonitor Domains for Good program leverages deep industry expertise in the domain name space to take the guesswork out of...

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Nguyen Hoa Binh summarizes the new Myanmar trademark law

Summary timeline and milestone Myanmar has become a member of WIPO since 2001. Before the new trademark law was enacted, there was no law of trademark registration except trademark’s definition on Penal Code. In 2016, a draft of new trademark law was in progress and...

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Non-traditional trademarks: the removal of graphic representation

Ana Panão, Senior Associate, and Manuel Durães Rocha, Partner, of Abreu Advoados discuss what the new Portuguese Industrial Property Code means for trademarks.

Too quick to judge: decoding conceptual similarity of trademarks

Prachi Agarwal, Partner at Anand and Anand, investigates the depths of deceptive similarity with examples including the Hari Chand Shri Gopal v. Evergreen International case.

The conundrum of pharmaceutical trademarks: SOXPLAT held similar to OXIPLAT

Manisha Singh, Partner, and Smrita Sinha, Associate, of LexOrbis examine the deceptive similarities between two pharmaceutical trademarks in a recent case.

The consequences of invalidating the legal protection of trademarks

Roman Larshin, Senior Lawyer at Zuykov and Partners, examines the resolutions found in the Civil Code of the Russian Federation in relation to the defense of exclusive right.

To “Apostille” or not to “Apostille”

Mingo Palacio, Head of Legal Department at Palacio & Asociados – Argentina examines the apostille – the easiest way to jeopardize your client’s portfolio.

The AI revolution is here and now – but what does this mean for IP?

Max Vern, Head of the International Department at Amster, Rothstein & Ebenstein LLP, examines the considerations intellectual property lawyers will need to make in the age of artificial intelligence.

2020 in review – a follow up interview with Executive VP of NBA Properties and INTA President Ayala Deutsch

Faye Waters, Editor of The Trademark Lawyer, talks with Ayala Deutsch aswe near the end of her INTA precedency to see what her term has entailed and the achievements she has made.

The evolution of pharmaceutical trademark filing activity in Asia Pacific

Robert Reading and Kinam Park of Clarivate examine a key trend in pharmaceutical trademark filing activity in the region following nine consecutive years of growth, with reference to the rise of Nice Class 5.

Italian luxury goods: our experience of efficient brand protection from selective distribution to web watching

Cristina, Manuela, Nicole and Simona of the Italian IP Firm INTERPATENT bring their experience after the well-known Coty ECJ judgement and the landmark decision of the Court of Milan in the Sisley-Amazon case

What’s in a name? The guiding case

Claire Zhao, Partner at Sanyou, discusses the Michael Jordan v. Qiao Dan Sports Corporation trademark dispute case in China.

What constitutes proper use of the trademark? Non-use cancellation actions in Russia

Olga Yashina, Senior Lawyer at Gorodissky & Partners, explains the current trends in non-use disputes with reference to The Civil Code of trademark use.

From popularity to personal brand: Michael Jordan, Greta Thunberg, Morgan Freeman, Billie Eilish and … You

Ekaterina Kovaleva, Trademark Attorney at Patentica, explores trademark law surrounding name right and personal branding and how celebrities have protected their voices, faces, and names as intellectual property.

“SWEDEN” – a trademark suffering from the corona-effect

Petter Rindforth, Managing Partner at Fenix Legal, examines the use of “SWEDEN” as a trademark and how its reputation is changing in the face of COVID-19.

Conflict of rights between design patents and registered trademarks in the Chinese law

John XIA, Partner at Corner Stone and Partners, explains the similarities between designs and trademarks and the resulting issues facing IP owners.

New institution of Polish civil procedure – a counterclaim regarding trademarks and industrial designs

Klaudia Błach-Morysińska and Paula Równicka of ZM Legal discuss a new civil procedure regulation in IP cases – a counterclaim regarding trademarks and industrial designs in the light of restrictions of the main principles of civil procedure – and the risk resulting from this.

Time for change: Romanian Trademark Law

Nicoleta Anghelescu, Managing Partner at Cabinet Enpora, discusses the clarifying amendments applied to the trademark registration process.

New Franchising Law promotes legal certainty, transparency, and simplification in Brazil

Pablo Torquato, Partner at Montaury Pimenta, Machado & Vieira de Mello – Rio de Janeiro – Brazil, examines the new law and what it means for both franchisor and franchisee.

Charting the way forward on the Wave of Change

Erica M. Pople-Ferreira, Attorney-at-Law at Ferreira & Company, takes a look at trademark registration options, concerns, and possibilities in The Bahamas and gives a brief overview of assignment and licensing of trademarks in the jurisdiction.

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