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Castrén & Snellman | USA, Finland | 25 Jan 2018

Assessing the Value of IP Always Pays Dividends in M&A

An M&A deal is always exciting for both the buyer and seller. For some companies, it is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, while others may go through


AFD China Intellectual Property Law Office | China | 26 Sep 2017

How to Enforce IPRs in China (Digest Version)

A valid IP right is usually the first step to safeguard your right when infringement is occurred. To establish a comprehensive enforcement strategy


Noerr LLP | Russia | 9 Aug 2017

Russia: New law on blocking copies of pirate websites without launching a lawsuit

Starting on 1 October 2017, copyright holders will be able to block mirrors of permanently blocked websites without lengthy court proceedings. Online


Bird & Bird LLP | United Kingdom | 8 May 2017

Trade mark infringement: tarnishment and dilution

The Intellectual Property Enterprise Court has held that UK and EU trade marks for ZUMA were infringed by the use of the domain name dineinwithzuma


DLA Piper | Australia | 4 May 2017

If you can’t beat them, block them. Section 115a strikes against piracy websites, this time for the music industry

Last week in the Federal Court of Australia, over thirty internet service providers (ISPs) including TPG, Optus and Telstra were ordered to block


Arent Fox LLP | USA | 15 Mar 2017

In Fight Between Moose Knuckles and Counterfeiters, It’s a KO for the Retailer

An Illinois federal court recently awarded the Canadian retailer Moose Knuckles a $52 million default judgment related to claims of trademark


Borden Ladner Gervais LLP | Canada | 21 Dec 2016

Respondent held personally liable for website's trademark and copyright infringement

The Court allowed Thoi Bao's application and awarded an injunction and damages against the Respondent, Mr. Vo. The claims against the other


Hogan Lovells | China | 4 Aug 2016

A welcome trend: China’s Supreme People’s Court rules damages should be proportional to fame in trademark infringement cases

In a recent appeal, China’s Supreme People’s Court (“SPC“) found in favour of Michelin against Sen Tai Da and related parties (“Sen Tai Da“) for


Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner (BLP) | United Kingdom, European Union | 28 Jul 2016

IP 2 minute monthly - 28 June 2016

Clearly the big news from last month was the potential impact that Brexit will have on the various IP rights in the UK. Whilst nothing is likely to


Hogan Lovells | Vietnam | 25 Jul 2016

Unfair Competition - Unfair Competition - Vietnam

In Vietnam, provisions on unfair competition are found in both the Competition Law and the Law on Intellectual Property (the "IP Law"), though only

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