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Trilegal | India | 14 Jun 2022

Tax Updates: May 2022

Supreme Court upholds the validity of 90,000 reassessment notices issued between 1 April 2021 to 30 June 2021; deemed as show-cause notices under…
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Wanhuida Intellectual Property | China | 30 May 2022

Developing multiplatform approach to counterfeiting

To wage a war against counterfeiting, brand owners need to develop a multiplatform approach to cover all bases. This will enable them to allocate resources, tailor strategies and realign focuses to accommodate their multilevel anti-counterfeiting needs. This article sets out some key takeaways in developing a multiplatform approach to counterfeiting.
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Danubia Patent and Law Office LLC | Hungary | 18 Apr 2022

Adidas symbol protected as trademark

Adidas's three-stripe logo was introduced in 1952, after the Olympic games took place in Helsinki. The three stripes are highly reputed at least in Europe, and are protected by international trademarks. This article discusses a trademark infringement case concerning a shipment of sports shoes that featured stripes similar to those of Adidas's logo.
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Trilegal | India | 28 Mar 2022

Indirect Tax Updates - March 2022

Jharkhand High Court quashes Show Cause Notice due to insufficiency of details of contravention; holds summary of Show Cause Notice in Form DRC-01…
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Lee and Li Attorneys at Law | Taiwan | 7 Mar 2022

Can counterfeits of copyright goods be confiscated where there is insufficient suspicion of offence?

After customs refers a trademark or copyright infringement case to a district prosecutor's office, the prosecutor shall take into account whether the defendant had any criminal intent. If the prosecutor determines that there was no subjective criminal intent on the part of the defendant, they may decide not to prosecute the case on the ground that the suspicion of the offence is insufficient....
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Bryn Aarflot AS | Norway | 7 Mar 2022

What to expect from new customs rules on importing pirated copies

New customs rules in Norway enable applicants to apply for assistance from the customs authorities. Applications and decisions for assistance from the customs authorities trigger no public fees, and there is thus little reason not to apply for assistance if it is suspected that copies of goods have been imported to Norway. This article provides an overview of the new procedures.
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Ramos, Ripoll & Schuster | Mexico | 18 Feb 2022

National Customs Agency of Mexico

Recently, a decree was published in the Federal Official Gazette by means of which the National Customs Agency of Mexico (ANAM) was created. The ANAM substitutes the General Customs Administration of the Tax Administration Service and is now a decentralised administrative agency of the Secretary of Finance and Public Credit. This article answers key questions on the purpose and powers of the......
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Ramos, Ripoll & Schuster | Mexico | 11 Feb 2022

Relevant modifications derived from tax amendment for 2022 on customs and trade matters in Mexico

The tax amendments for 2022 were recently published in the Federal Official Gazette, through which the modifications on customs and trade matters were made. This article discusses the amendments made to the Value Added Tax Law, the Federal Tax Code and the Special Tax on Products and Services Law.
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Venetucci & Asociados | Argentina | 1 Dec 2021

Aye, aye, captain! Court clarifies master's capacity to appear in proceedings

The Buenos Aires Federal Court of Appeal has confirmed that the master of a foreign-flagged vessel has the capacity to appoint a local attorney to appear in court and challenge an arrest proceeding. The Court's decision will bring clarity to several cases where masters have vigorously brought defences to protect owners' interests.
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Arent Fox LLP | USA | 5 Nov 2021

Importers should prepare for more forced labour detentions

US Customs and Border Protection has allocated more enforcement resources by adding a second forced labour investigations branch. Importers should therefore be prepared for increased forced labour actions (including new withhold release orders and product import bans) in connection with products from Latin America, the Middle East and Africa.
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