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Lego clinches another IP victory, police powers for Moldovan IP office, and plain packaged political parties: news round-up

Moldova, China, European Union, Fiji, Japan, Liberia - December 8 2017 Announced on the same day as the EU's first phase Brexit agreement with the UK government, the European Commission has confirmed it has finalised a...

Adam Houldsworth, Tim Lince, Timothy Au.


Revealed: the $300 billion plain packaging threat to the beverage industry

Global - December 7 2017 Startling new research from valuation firm Brand Finance has estimated that the spread of plain packaging to the beverage industry would result in...


Plain packaging in Korea, UKIPO’s 12 fake days of Christmas, and Bud Light infringer gets Super Bowl invite: news round-up

South Korea, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Barbados, Canada - December 5 2017 The UK Intellectual Property Office (UKIPO) has launched a new IP awareness campaign which marks the "12 fake days of Christmas". The campaign, which...

Adam Houldsworth, Tim Lince, Timothy Au.


UDRP blow for Etsy, opportunity for Lego in 3D printing and INTA adopts design guidelines: news round-up

USA, Myanmar, Canada, Global, India - December 1 2017 Draft trademark legislation proposing the establishment of an IP office has been published by the government of Myanmar for public consultation. The...

Adam Houldsworth, Tim Lince, Timothy Au.


Barbie setback, Fiji pledges improved IP environment, Coco a success despite trademark backlash: news round-up

USA, Australia, United Kingdom, Fiji, Global - November 28 2017 The prime minister of Fiji, Voreqe Bainimarama, launched the country's 5-year and 20-year national development plan last week, and it includes some...

Adam Houldsworth, Tim Lince, Timothy Au.