Table of Contents In everyday conversation that term “knockoff” is frequently misued, and what someone means to say is that a product is “counterfeit.” Do an image search on Google for “Rolex knockoff” and the entire first page is nothing
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Table of Contents You’re not alone if whenever you think of Trade Secrets you think of the WWII saying “loose lips might sink ships.” But if you think about it, since there are no trade secret filings or registrations, or certificates,
Did you know that a few small packaging errors can tarnish the hard work you’ve put into creating the perfect trademark for your product or service? It’s true! Imagine investing a fortune in R&D, assembling an incredible marketing team, and nailing the design, only to have packaging mishaps ruin it all.
Big pharmaceutical companies play a crucial role in advancing healthcare by conducting research and developing new drugs and therapies. Their investments in research and development (R&D) have led to the discovery of life-saving treatments for a wide range of diseases and conditions, improving the quality of life for millions of people worldwide.
On Wednesday, March 30, Visa began accepting applications for a one-year immersive program aiming to help gig workers, entrepreneurs, and artists learn how to, hopefully, turn profits off of non-fungible tokens, or NFTs.
Ed Sheeran wins ‘Shape of You’ lawsuit: ‘’Oh why, oh why, oh why’’ did Sami Switch file that copyright infringement claim?
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Table of Contents This article was originally published by The Trademark Lawyer magazine To view the original article, follow the link below: https://trademarklawyermagazine.com/the-general-court-find-meaning-in-miley-cyrus/ By Tom Sharman, Partner and Rob McLaughlin, Assistant at Reddie & Grose LLP, a firm of patent and trademark
Imagine you’re discussing a business relationship with a third party. It could be related to anything: a prospective joint development, a reseller relationship, an acquisition, a new supplier, a new consultant, a licensing arrangement, or anything else. And further suppose that while you’re discussing this business relationship, someone mentions the need for a non-disclosure agreement, or an NDA. What should you do? Should you sign one?
Oatly had claimed that the farm’s product, PureOaty, was too similar to its own, in both name and packaging design.
In its defence, Glebe Farm Foods argued that the brand name of its oat milk product and its packaging design featured generic terms and imagery, and there was no intention to mislead Oatly’s customers into believing the two rival brands were associated.
The Standing Committees on TRIPS and Pharma at the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property, (Association Internationale pour la Protection de la Propriété Intellectuelle – AIPPI), recently released an AIPPI Bureau approved position paper on the waiver for certain provisions of the TRIPS agreement for the prevention, containment and treatment of COVID-19 proposed by some countries within the WTO.