The Russian-Ukraine conflict has created many heavy consequences worldwide. In the IP world, the damage might not be so clear as in other sectors of society like oil, gas, food, etc. However, there is actually one trademark infringement case deriving from the conflict, the McDonald’s Peppa Pig case.
Peppa Pig is a British cartoon launched in 2004. The show is incredibly successful to the point that its parent company was acquired by Hasbro for $4 billion in 2019.
Peppa Pig [...]
Intellectual property can be considered a company asset, and valuations can help determine its genuine value. IP is frequently the most valuable asset inside a corporation, and in today’s environment, innovation and technology mean that there is some aspect of IP in practically every commercial engagement that a firm engages in. The value of intellectual property assets can be valuable when a company is looking for outside investment, investigating licensing and joint venture options, mergers, and acquisitions, or for [...]
On September 14, 2021, INTA’s Unfair Competition Committee (UCC), Policy Subcommittee voted to approve a Board Resolution, prohibit various forms of unfair competition even though the national statutes or governing laws are diverse in nature.
Specifically, the data in the Unfair Competition Quick Guide covers 24 countries, including those in the Americas, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East.
Sponsored by INTA’s Unfair Competition Committee (UCC) —Policy Subcommittee, the resolution focuses largely on obligations contained in the TRIPS Agreement and is a [...]
The 8th Best Practices Intellectual Property (BPIP) Annual Conference is about to be commenced on October 25th, 2021 in Sheraton Hotel, Tel Aviv. This conference will bring global decision-makers and international IP experts to Tel Aviv both physically and spiritually through the internet to discuss global issues on IP, trends, and legislation regarding IP matters.
Participating in the virtual BPIP conference, brand owners and practitioners from across the world can get the latest update on IP matters in the world, [...]
Trademark in England shall include the following steps:
Step 1: Trademark Search in England (Optional)
Trademark search is not compulsory. However, in order to know the availability of your trademark before officially filing a new trademark in England, it is highly recommended that you should conduct the trademark search.
The trademark search in England shall be available within 5-7 days
Step 2: Trademark filing in England
The trademark procedure in England shall take about 10-12 months counted from the filing date. However, in case of office [...]
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