Changes to eligibility rules for .au domains
When registering an “.au” domain name you are required to prove that you have an Australian presence. One way of doing this is to be the owner of an...
When registering an “.au” domain name you are required to prove that you have an Australian presence. One way...
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Proposed changes to Fiji IP law
New Trademark, Patent and Design Bills, 45, 46 and 471 of 2020 have been issued by the Fijian Parliament to update the IP laws pertaining to current acts dated...
New Trademark, Patent and Design Bills, 45, 46 and 471 of 2020 have been issued by the Fijian Parliament...
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Indonesia: GS Yuasa wins trade mark dispute in Supreme Court (MA)
In a Supreme Court decision, Japanese ACCU battery manufacturer, GS Yuasa Corporation (GS Yuasa), prevailed in a trade mark dispute involving a GSJ mark belonging to PT Golden Surya Jaya. In the trial that took place in June 2020, the Supreme Court upheld the Commercial Court's decision to...
In a Supreme Court decision, Japanese ACCU battery manufacturer, GS Yuasa Corporation (GS Yuasa), prevailed in a trade mark dispute involving a GSJ mark belonging to PT Golden Surya Jaya. In the trial that took...
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Key changes to Indonesian patent and trademark laws
Indonesia officially enacted Law No. 11 of year 2020, commonly known as the Omnibus Law, on 2 November 2020. The Omnibus Law contains revisions to multiple laws, including patent...
Indonesia officially enacted Law No. 11 of year 2020, commonly known as the Omnibus Law, on 2 November 2020....
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Brexit – European trade marks and registered Community designs
After a few false starts, back-stops, a transition period, and a global pandemic, the United Kingdom is finally ready to separate its trade marks and registered design rights from...
After a few false starts, back-stops, a transition period, and a global pandemic, the United Kingdom is finally ready...
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