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Hong Kong & cross-border IP disputes: Practical tips on arbitrating

While traditionally resolved through litigation, parties are now increasingly referring their intellectual property right (IPR) disputes to arbitration, especially in cases where there is a cross-border element. Building upon our earlier guide to arbitration agreements for IP, this post provides an overview of the advantages and disadvantages of arbitrating IP disputes, addresses two main concerns (Arbitrability of the

EU IP rights enforcement: yet another jurisdiction conundrum heading to Luxembourg

The CJEU has just been posed the following questions on the interpretation of Article 97(5) of the EU Trade Mark Regulation ((EC) No. 207/2009) by the English Court of Appeal. The questions concern jurisdiction to hear EU trade mark infringement claims in a cross-border online advertisement and sale case and the answers will have consequences not

Asia IP Webinar – Trademark disputes in Asia: Strategies that can pave your way to success

Having an eye for strategic detail is often a key to winning the IP disputes in Asia, whether you’re enforcing or defending your IP rights. In this webinar, trademark experts from our Shanghai, Hong Kong and Tokyo offices will discuss the strategies to improve your chances in winning the trademark disputes in your jurisdictions. Topics covered during