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Our extensive and much-used guides provide essential jurisdiction-specific details about trademark protection, opposition, cancellation, enforcement, the Madrid System, geographical indications, and trade dress. Search each guide by jurisdiction or by topic.
In this issue we offer readers an informative and entertaining article investigating the quirks of the Lanham Act’s Section 2(a) and its right-of-publicity-style ground for refusal of registration based on false suggestion of a connection; an article providing an in-depth exploration of the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2020 decision in Romag Fasteners, Inc. v. Fossil, Inc.;a book review of an overview of the likelihood of confusion analysis under European Union law; and a book review of a resource targeted to C-suite executives on the importance of integrating intellectual property into the company’s strategy.About The Trademark Reporter
The INTA Bulletin is our weekly publication, bringing news, trends, and issues of interest to members and the wider intellectual property (IP) community worldwide.
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IP protection is often overlooked during the early stages of small business creation and growth. But it shouldn’t be.
We offer an overview of IP information and accessible resources that can help SMEs build, sustain, and protect their businesses.
With trademarks impacting so many aspects of daily life, consumers—whether they realize it or not—can benefit from understanding this intellectual property right and taking a closer look at brands.
We provide the basics and explain hot-button issues such as counterfeiting in language that resonates with them.
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