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PCK Perry + Currier Inc | Canada, Global | 20 Nov 2018

USMCA, the new NAFTA: What changes we can expect in Canadian IP Law

After more than a year of intense negotiations, the United States (“US”), Canada and Mexico reached a new trade agreement on Sunday September 30th


Kingsley Napley | United Kingdom | 27 Jul 2016

The online marketplace and the traditional marketplace: What’s the difference? Blocking websites and injunctions against market operators to prevent sale of counterfeit goods

Two recently reported cases have underscored the steps that can be taken by intellectual property rights holders to prevent the sale of counterfeit


Dechert LLP | Russia | 25 Sep 2013

Russia joins the fight against online piracy

In response to mounting global pressure to implement effective legislation to curb Russia's rampant online piracy, the President of Russia on July 2


Roetzel & Andress | Global | 16 Nov 2011

The new generic Top Level Domains: protecting your brands in the "wild west"

ICANN (the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers - the international body responsible for administration of Internet domains) has recently approved a program for registration of new "generic Top Level Domains" ("gTLDs").


Wiley Rein LLP | USA | 21 Jul 2011

Trademark owners will have 50 days to block infringement in .xxx domain

The long-anticipated launch of a dedicated .xxx domain for the adult entertainment industry is drawing near, and trademark owners will have the opportunity to take simple measures during a 50-day sunrise period to prevent misuse of their most important brands.


Squire Patton Boggs | United Kingdom | 6 Jul 2011

Ofcom publishes guidelines on penalties under the Communications Act 2003 and on dispute resolution

Ofcom has published two guidance documents - new guidelines that it will apply when handling regulatory disputes (the Dispute Resolution Guidelines) and updated guidelines for imposing penalties under the Communications Act 2003 (the Penalty Guidelines):


Foley & Lardner LLP | Global | 24 Jun 2011

ICANN expands internet generic top-level domain names

On June 20, 2011, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) approved a plan to expand the number of Internet address endings, known as generic top-level domain names (gTLDs).


Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP | Global | 24 Jun 2011

On your mark, get ready ICANN approves unlimited “generic” top level domains (GTLDs)

There are currently 22 Top Level (after the dot) Domains on the Internet, the most popular being (dot)com.


Blank Rome LLP | USA | 13 Jun 2011

Important alert to all brand owners: upcoming launch of the .xxx domain extension

After much debate, the new .xxx domain name extension has been approved by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).


CMS Russia | Russia | 30 May 2011

Supreme Arbitration Court considers banks’ administrative liability when entering into consumer credit agreements

On 5 May 2011 the Supreme Arbitration Court (the "SAC") published on its website a draft review on the court practice of imposing administrative liability on a bank for infringing a consumer's rights when entering into a credit agreement (the "Draft").

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