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Total Brand Care: Protecting the valuable investment in your brands

The battleground is shifting. In a world where online commerce is rivaling traditional routes to market, new challenges are posed for brand owners in the fight against infringers. Copycats have the ability to shield themselves behind fake identities on social media and domain names registered under false names, making it increasingly difficult to identify the

Hague Judgments Convention: IP judgments still hang in the balance

Last month the November 2017 draft Hague Judgments Convention was published by the Hague Conference Special Commission following the third meeting of the Special Commission in the Hague between the 13th and 17th of November. The draft Convention is part of the Hague Conference on Private International Law “Judgments Project” which is aimed at developing

CJEU: French connection – when online infringement crosses borders

This short IP Enforcement V-log, summarises a recent claim of online infringement in which French courts were permitted to proceed against online infringement outside France. But does this pave the way for future multi-jurisdiction cases under Article 5 of the Brussels regulation? Watch this v-log here IP Enforcement Focus is a series of written, video and audio posts which plug

Specialized IP courts in China are open for business

As we reported earlier in Specialized IP Courts in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou: Paving the way to more efficient IP litigation?, on August 31, 2014, China’s Standing Committee passed a decision concerning the establishment of specialized IP courts in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou. These three jurisdictions were not picked at random; they are three of