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When is it appropriate to file a device or image mark in colour in Australia?

Australia - August 30 2019 Filing a trade mark in black and white in Australia is considered generally to provide broad protection, being ‘deemed’ to cover all...

Chunky revisited

United Kingdom - April 1 2019 The recent acceptance of the trade mark CHUNKY in the USA for Campbell‘s CHUNKY soup provides an indication of the efforts needed to obtain...

Brexit uncertainty - what does this mean for trade mark rights in the UK?

United Kingdom, European Union - January 31 2019 In mid January the UK Parliament rejected the draft Withdrawal Agreement provisionally agreed between the UK government and the EU last November...

Evolving Trade Mark Law and Practice in China - Optimising Trade Mark Protection

China - January 18 2019 For those planning to trade with China, whether to manufacture or sell branded products or provide services, it is essential to file for trade mark...

When is it preferable to file for a composite mark?

Australia - April 16 2018 A registered mark provides a number of benefits; the right to exclusive use of the mark for the goods and services covered, the right to sue for...