These 5 Agreements will enter into force in Peru on 18 October 2022.
After a trial spanning two decades, the Delhi High Court has ruled in favour of the plaintiff, renowned British brand “Cadbury” in a trademark infringement case. The court analysed the likelihood of confusion of consumers when comparing the genuine product with the alleged counterfeit in-depth.
A year has passed since EUIPO’s awareness grant beneficiaries kicked off their projects. Learn more about the creative campaigns designed to inform children, youths and their educators about the effects of infringing on intellectual property rights.
Dialogues between the EPO and Montenegro to enter the EPC as a contracting state started in 2007. Now, the long-standing cooperation resulted in Montenegro entering the European Patent Convention as of 1 October 2022.
On 2 January, a series of major changes to the Bangui Agreement – the governing convention for the OAPI – entered into force. Namely, Annexes III, IV and V of the revised Bangui Agreement.
Providing the right incentives to start a company is not a simple task. Nevertheless, India boasts several success stories pointing in the right direction. Discover how start-up numbers are rising in Gujarat State.
The fifth and last part of our monthly publications on the topic IP in the Metaverse is out!
The Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines (IPOPHL) has approved the collective mark registration of Bicol pili products, opening greater opportunities for pili farmers, processors and traders in the region to attract global markets and reap higher revenues.
Cattelan sued for copyright infringement and recent case law from the General Court (GC).
Trademark infringements can be very detrimental for rightsholders. This unlawful practice can severely damage the image and reputation of a company and put at risk uninformed consumers.