China Drives Worldwide Patent Applications to Record Statures; Request Ascending for Trademark and Industrial Design Protection

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China moved into the second position as a wellspring of worldwide patent applications documented by means of WIPO in 2017, surrounding long-lasting pioneer Joined Conditions of America, in another record year in the utilization of WIPO’s licensed innovation administrations for licenses, trademarks Industrial Design. Two Chinese innovation organizations were the best filers of universal patent […]

McDonald’s loses Big Mac trademark after legal battle with Irish chain

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McDonald’s has been defeated in a “David versus Goliath” trademark dispute over its rights to the “Big Mac” name, brought by a tiny Irish rival called Supermac’s. The European Union’s Intellectual Property Office ruled that McDonald’s does not have the exclusive right to “Big Mac” and the “Mc” prefix in Europe, after McDonald’s tried to stop the […]

Supreme Court Reflected on Circuit Split on When a Copyright is Enrolled in Fourth Estate v.

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On January 8th, the Supreme Court heard oral contentions in Fourth Estate Public Benefit Corporation v. [Case No. 17-571 (Jan. 8, 2019)] to settle a longstanding circuit split on the copyright enlistment essential to a copyright infringement suit. The Split The first sentence of Section 411(a) in the Copyright Act states: “[N]o civil action […]

The Way to Open Publishing – One Publisher’s Story in Mexico

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Hugo Setzer is President-elect of the Universal Distributers Affiliation and CEO of Manual Moderno, a Mexico-based distributer of instructive writings. In both roles, he is progressing in the direction of creating always books in open arrangements for individuals who are visually impaired or outwardly hindered. Mr. Setzer wound up intrigued by available publishing because of […]