Operators of online hosting platforms will soon know exactly what responsibility to assume for illegal or hateful content published on … Continued
The WHOIS protocol now appears to be outdated due to the evolution of technical requirements in the digital era. Indeed, … Continued
Protecting authors’ rights is a necessity in the digital age, as information flows more and more easily. That is why … Continued
Like many digital players, Fashion ID inserted a Facebook “Like” button on its website. This plug-in automatically collects and transmits … Continued
Protecting intellectual property assets is a major concern of companies. Trademarks are a subject of immediate interest, because they allow … Continued
On April 30, Spain finalized the reform of its trademark law, started in late 2018. From that date, the Royal … Continued
Since March 17, 2019, Canada has officially become a member of the Madrid Protocol, the Nice Agreement and the Singapore Treaty. These treaties will be applicable in Canada from 17 June 2019.
Continuing the review of the changes in the opposition procedure made by the French draft orders transposing the “Trademark reform package”, we will now focus on the conduct of the procedure.
Following our previous analysis of the modifications generated by the draft enactment project of the “Trademark Package” in French law, we focus our analysis here on the elimination of the graphical representation requirement.
A recent ECJ ruling highlights the need for businesses to record any changes affecting their trademarks with the Trademarks Register.