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Deal Dynamics: Q4 2018 cross-border M&A insights

Our Q4 2018 Deal Dynamics cross-border M&A data set is available through our interactive heatmap. Deal Dynamics is a powerful, global M&A tracking tool created in partnership with Mergermarket, combining interactive quarterly deal data by markets and sectors with exclusive insights on cross-border M&A. Market insights, not just data: Against a backdrop of growing socio-political tensions, cross-border

US: Hogan Lovells at McCarthy Institute Symposium 2019 – NYU, 1 February 2019

 Trademark Law and Its Challenges: We are delighted to be sponsoring and speaking at the 10th annual McCarthy Institute Symposium which will be hosted by NYU Law and cover a range of thought provoking topics intersecting trademark issues, consumer behavior, and marketing. Industry-leading practitioners and scholars will present original research, including case law updates, and

Fashion law insights with chair and vice-chair of Franco-Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry IP Committee

The Intellectual Property Committee of the Franco-Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry was elected at a meeting on 22 November 2018, dedicated to the legal protection of intellectual property assets in the fashion industry. Partner Natalia Gulyaeva, who heads the firm’s IP, Media and Technology Group for Russia / Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), has been

China: Appetite for anti-unfair competition action in the Internet space

It’s been almost a year since the new “Internet clause” in China’s Anti-Unfair Competition Law (AUCL) is in force. The enforcement authority hasn’t used it much in 2018. But one decision is noteworthy. AUCL amendment On 1 January 2018, the first amendment to the AUCL since its enactment in 1993 came into effect. One of

Wearable technology: IP opportunities and risks – LimeGreen Live webinar

Join us on 16 or 21 August for the fourth in our LimeGreen Live webinar series in conjunction with the Hogan Lovells Consumer Industry Sector Group. This webinar will explore the IP opportunities and risks for businesses operating in, or looking to enter the wearable technology market. Our presenters will discuss the lifecycle of a wearable technology product, from building or

China’s OEM jurisprudence 1.5 years after the Pretul case: OEM use may still infringe upon Chinese trademarks

Original equipment manufacturing (OEM) is a business model whereby a trademark owner orders its products from a manufacturer, often located abroad, who manufactures and supplies products branded with the purchasers marks instead of his own marks. In China, which is often branded “the factory of the world”, OEM is big business. However, from a trademark