Tag: Trademark law

Artificial Intelligence: A Looming Threat To Trademark Law?

“Humans looking for similarities in trademarks is an awful, inefficient, error-prone job, and one that computers can do much better than people” -Charles Hill, Product Leader and Strategist at Trademark Now The market is a dynamic place and the way people purchase goods and services has changed constantly over the years. In the Victorian era, … Continue reading Artificial Intelligence: A Looming Threat To Trademark Law?

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A Reminder for Online Retailers

Here’s one case that involves an online retailing businesses that is having a link with Trade mark Law – Jadebay Ltd and others v Clarke-Coles Ltd (t/a Feel Good UK) [2017] EWHC 1400 (IPEC). However, overlooking the customary practice of online retailing methods, the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court followed the theoretical root of the Trade … Continue reading A Reminder for Online Retailers

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MYANMAR: NEW TRADEMARK LAW EXPECTED TO BE ENACTED IN 2017

For the past few years, the nation of Myanmar has been proactively working on the implementation of its first ever formal trademark law, keeping in mind that the new law will overhaul the nation’s legal framework to encourage and motivate the industries and businesses to come and invest and grow in the country [1]. The … Continue reading MYANMAR: NEW TRADEMARK LAW EXPECTED TO BE ENACTED IN 2017

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Indonesia: Amendments in Geographical Indications law &Trademark law

October 27, 2016 was the day when the Indonesia Government passed the new law related to both trademarks and Geographical Indications [1] which will replace the Old Trademark Law (Law No. 15 of 2001 on Trademarks) and expected to be enacted soon after the assent from the President. Lots of amendments related to registration, protection … Continue reading Indonesia: Amendments in Geographical Indications law &Trademark law

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