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Quebec Court: Canada's Kinda Bilingual

Previously, CanadaFashionLaw covered retailers’ challenge to the Office Quebecois de la Langue Francaise (basically, the French language police).

The Quebec Superior Court issued their decision last week which put the reins on the French language police. 166 more words

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Kenyan ads and the World Cup

As we get closer to the Brazil 2014 World Cup, there is an increasing number of advertisements on radio, television, newspapers and the internet which make reference to the World Cup. 444 more words

Pharmaceuticals: European Regulatory Clearance

Today on IPcopy we have a guest post from Rob Jacob of Stephenson Harwood LLP on the subject of pharmaceutical name approvals.

Choosing a name for a prescription pharmaceutical product is not an easy task. 1,022 more words

General Interest

Chinese Trade Mark Reforms

The new Chinese Trade Mark Reforms will come into effect on 1 May 2014. The key points of the amendments are as follows:

Trade Marks

How much did Bugatchi get Bugatti-ed?

Bugatti GmbH v Shine Forever Men Pty Ltd (No 2)  FCA 171

Last October, Tracey J found that Shine Forever had infringed Bugatti’s registered trade mark (for BUGATTI) by selling clothing and accessories under the trade mark BUGATCHI and BUGATCHI UOMO. 726 more words

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