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  • New conditions for IP-related crimes in Vietnam

    Vietnam's new Penal Code introduces a monetary threshold instead of a "commercial scale" standard for IP enforcement. Tran Manh Hung, Do Tran Thanh and Any Duc Nguyen explain the implications

  • CJEU judgment reshuffles litigation costs in Belgium

    The recent CJEU judgment and subsequent national interpretation in Rovi Guides v Telenet will have a significant impact on the predictability of legal costs and should be taken into account when setting up an IP litigation strategy in Belgium, as Steven Sarlet and Ben Brigou explain

  • The latest Americas IP people moves

    Managing IP’s regular update of people moves includes hires by Orrick, Mintz Levin, Merchant & Gould, Foley & Lardner, BakerHostetler and King & Spalding, as well as Erich Spangenberg leaving Marathon and a new INTA chief representative officer for Latin America and the Caribbean

  • New Zealand launches geographical indications register for wines and spirits

    Eighteen priority applications have been filed after New Zealand’s GI Act came into effect. Coordination is needed on determining boundaries, and potential issues include interpretation and how GIs are negotiated in free trade agreements

  • Under Armour wins trade mark case in China

    The People’s Higher Court of Fujian Province has granted Under Armour a preliminary injunction, a rarity in trade mark cases before the Chinese courts, in its dispute with Uncle Martian

  • How UK IP firms hope to survive Brexit

    The UK’s departure from the EU threatens to disrupt IP practice in the country – and patent and trade mark firms are already taking steps to mitigate the potential damage. James Nurton reports

  • UK: Grey goods caught by criminal law

    The UK Supreme Court has confirmed that criminal liability under Section 92 of the Trade Mark Act 1994 also covers dealing in grey market goods which the trade mark owner have not authorised to be sold or distributed

  • Michelin bursts Continental's trade mark application

    The Court of Justice of the EU upheld a finding of likelihood of confusion between Michelin's X trade mark and Continental's application to register XKing - even though the EU General Court had "erred in law"

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