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Roundtables

  • A guide to Mexico’s new opposition system (sponsored article)

    May 19, 2017

    Eduardo Kleinberg, Jorge Vega and Juan Carlos Hernandez of Basham Ringe & Correa answer some common questions about trademark oppositions in Mexico

  • Issues in trade mark licensing (sponsored article)

    May 19, 2017

    Lily Lei and Yuan Yuan of Liu Shen & Associates explain the complexities of trade mark licensing in China

  • New Trademark Law, three years on (sponsored article)

    May 19, 2017

    On January 4 2017, the Trademark Office (TMO) published the revised Trademark Examination and Review Standard (the Revised Standard); followed by the Provisions of the Supreme People’s Court on Trial of Administrative Litigations Involving the Granting and Affirmation of Trademark rights (Judicial Provisions) entering into effect on March 1 2017. Dan Chen of Unitalen Attorneys at Law shares her observations on the highlights

  • New trends on bad faith trademark filings (sponsored article)

    May 19, 2017

    Bad faith trademark filings continue to be a challenge in China. Gloria Wu of Kangxin and Frederick Mostert of Oxford discuss the lessons from recent cases

  • The Unitary Patent and UPC demystified (sponsored article)

    May 19, 2017

    The Unitary Patent is the biggest development in European patent law in 40 years. Justin Simpson of RWS inovia answers common questions about it

  • A guide to patents in Southeast Asia

    December 21, 2011

    Registering and enforcing patent rights in the ASEAN region can be challenging. Patent practitioners from three of the largest jurisdictions discuss the latest developments

  • Protecting life science patents in Latin America

    December 21, 2011

    Regimes for protecting pharmaceutical and biotechnological products via patents are slowly but steadily improving in many Latin American countries. Managing IP invited Alejandro Luna of Olivares & Ci­a, Guillermo Carey of HarneckerCarey Carey y Cía and in-house counsel Regina Kuchle to discuss some promising developments and continuing challenges

  • Roundtable: Tips on EPO filings

    July 01, 2011

    Niklas Mattsson and Fabian Edlund of Awapatent talk to James Nurton of Managing IP about recent developments at the EPO and practical strategies for applicants who are unfamiliar with the European patent system

  • How to meet central and eastern Europe's IP challenges

    February 01, 2010

    The countries of central and eastern Europe offer plenty of opportunities to IP owners. Lawyers from the region explain how to make the most of them

  • Malaysia meets its IP challenges

    December 01, 2009

    IP owners and advisers discuss the challenges they face in Malaysia with Kamel Mohamad, head of the Intellectual Property Corporation of Malaysia

  • Brand owners brace for new gTLDs

    October 01, 2009

    With the prospect of ICANN opening the domain space to an untold number of generic top-level domain names, brand owners and representatives of WIPO and ICANN sat down with Eileen McDermott to discuss some of their key concerns in a roundtable sponsored by Finnegan

  • Roundtable: the Latin American patent challenge

    April 01, 2009

    Patent protection and enforcement can be a complex undertaking in Latin America. Corporate and private practice professionals, and a WIPO representative, discuss strategies

  • 21st century trade mark strategies

    June 01, 2008

    Managing IP, in association with Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, hosted a discussion on trade mark strategies with lawyers, in-house counsel and members of OHIM and the TTAB

  • How to deal with the Gulf's IP challenges

    March 01, 2008

    Last month Dubai hosted the Fourth Global Congress on Combating Counterfeiting. Managing IP and Rouse & Co organized a roundtable to discuss how the issues raised affect IP owners in the region

  • Develop your enforcement strategy in Latin America

    March 01, 2008

    Latin America represents an increasingly attractive investment option for many IP owners. But how should they protect their rights there? Managing IP, Olivares & Cia, Baker & McKenzie Latin America and Obligado & Cia hosted a roundtable to discuss the issue

  • Develop your China enforcement strategy

    December 01, 2007

    Managing IP and Finnegan Henderson jointly hosted a roundtable in Beijing to discuss how to develop an enforcement strategy in China

  • Russia's Part IV problems

    October 01, 2007

    Last year Russia overhauled its IP legislation. Managing IP hosted a roundtable in Moscow to discuss the changes

  • Roundtable: A guide to global brand strategies

    April 01, 2007

    MIP, in association with Finnegan Henderson, invited three brand owners as well as lawyers from the US, China and Germany to discuss how to protect and manage brands internationally. Topics covered included famous marks, new types of marks, the Madrid Protocol, transliterations and other means of protecting brands

  • Gowers: MIP hosts roundtable on January 30

    December 18, 2006

    Andrew Gowers, whose long-awaited review of the UK's IP regime was published earlier this month, is to take part in a panel discussion hosted by Managing Intellectual Property, in association with Lovells, on January 30

  • Mapping the future of IP in China

    September 01, 2006

    China's economy is fast developing - and many people fear that IP protection cannot keep up. International investors are concerned about effective enforcement, while domestic companies seek a strong environment for developing IP rights and negotiating on issues such as standards. MIP and Finnegan Henderson jointly hosted a roundtable discussion in Beijing last month to discuss how these issues can be addressed. Read the full, unabridged transcript exclusively here on managingip.com.

  • China maps out its future

    August 23, 2006

    China has unveiled four special campaigns that will form part of its IP activities during the 11th five-year plan, which runs from 2006 to 2010


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RT @BirgitC: @ManagingIP Most of choc disputes centre around unconventional TMs, i.e shapes, colours and how the consumer recognises brands…

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So why are there so many trademark disputes over chocolate? (Toblerone, Kit Kat, Lindt, M&Ms, etc)? Answers, please! https://t.co/NzGjBmWfma

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RT @IP_STARS: For those who need detailed analysis of the issues in Germany (& #UPC criticisms), here are 4 articles to read: (1) https://t…

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