Tag Archives: trademarks
Good morning! To wrap up the week, we have gathered the latest updates in foreign patent filing news: Two upcoming Supreme Court decisions could mean trouble for patent trolls, potentially making it much more expensive to file frivolous suits. Cadbury … Continue reading
Our friends at Bereskin & Parr LLP recently announced the publication of a unique resource written to assist trademark attorneys and scholars better understand the intricacies of dilution law. Below is an excerpt from their Spring 2013 newsletter: We are … Continue reading
Good morning and Happy World IP Day from all of us at inovia! Take a look at the latest headlines in foreign filing news for the week of April 22, 2013: Here is a message from WIPO Director General Francis Gurry … Continue reading
April Showers are in full force here in New York City on this dreary Friday morning! With that, we hope you are faring better in your neck of the woods. Take a look at the latest in foreign filing news … Continue reading
Happy Friday everyone! Take a look at some of the foreign filing headlines from the week of March 18th: A new report reveals the growing number of foreign-owned IP firms and the impact it’s had on U.S. consumers. SIPO launched … Continue reading
Today, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) reported that international trademark applications filed under the Madrid system grew 4% in 2012, with 44,018 total applications filed. Germany was the largest user of the Madrid system with 6,545 applications filed, followed … Continue reading
Earlier this week, inovia‘s Senior Patent Attorney Jeff Shieh hosted a webinar on US trademark registration. Click on the below video to view the 20-minute program and let us know if you have any comments or questions.