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New win in the fight against scam IP renewal notifications

If you have filed a trade mark application in the UK or Europe, the chances are you will have received a letter from one or more companies with ‘Renewal notices’ for your registration. 210 more words

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Homer Simpson Sued For Patent Infringement.

A 3D representation of Homer Simpson at this year’s Comic-Con convention in San Diego has produced a patent infringment lawsuit by Hologram USA .

Hologram USA filed a lawsuit claiming that a 3D representation of Homer Simpson shown at a Comic-Con 2014 convention panel with creator Matt Groening infringed its patented three-dimensional projection system. 225 more words

Work And No Play

"Am I a thief?" - What Rights Do I Have Over the Food I Buy?

After a constructive comment discussion with Margaret, a fellow blogger, I decided to write about something that I have been thinking about for a long time. 243 more words


Russia: No VAT on foreign IP sales

Intellectual property means the rights or license for copyrights, trademarks and patents to apply. According to the Federal Tax Service, the sales for Intellectual Property (IP) by a foreign company to a Russian company for apply outside of Russia falls outside of the possibility of Russian VAT. 76 more words


A Dozen Reasons Why Growth Companies (and Their Investors) Seek Federal Trademark Registrations

Growing companies have a diverse group of interests and goals, with common threads of good reputation and quality as key areas. Growth companies are often built on a foundation of people, patents, and pride. 941 more words

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Ella Moss, are there grounds for Judicial Estoppel?

Israel Trademark Number 241679 “Ella Moss” (the word mark, not the mark with butterfly, but it is a nice illustration, and this isn’t the sort of blog where we feature models in swim-wear) was filed by Mo Industries LLC.  891 more words

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Israel Patent Number 94634, Extending and Shortening Patent Term Extensions

Under Section 64 of the Law, basic pharmaceutical patents may be extended for up to five years past the 20 years standard maximum term, in order that the drug developer is able to market the drug exclusively for a period of up to nine years. 1,553 more words

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