Following on from last week’s article about patents in China, there’s a reason to consider registration of your trade marks there too. And, as with patents, it’s not that expensive and you have the choice of national registration or designating China in an International Registration. We read in the press about cloned stores appearing in […]
Insights: December 2012
Considerable uncertainty surrounding the fate of the new patent system proposed for Europe was finally put to rest on 11th December 2012 in two significant declarations from the institutions of the European Union. First, it was announced that the European Parliament had voted to approve the legislation required to establish a new patent system providing […]
Santa Claus isn’t real (allegedly). On the other hand, the more sensible amongst us can quite clearly see that his work on Christmas Eve cannot possibly be attributed to a colossal cartel of inebriated parents. This leaves just one option: Father Christmas relies on some seriously advanced technology to get the job done. The only […]
We all know about China’s prolific manufacturing capability. From simple toys to high-end computers we are rarely surprised to see the familiar label “Made in China” emblazened somewhere on the product. So, what do you do if you think a factory in China is making a product just like yours without your permission for export […]
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