In very short words: no, you cannot assert trademark rights against innocent freight forwarders in Singapore in transhipment border seizure cases. Continue reading here.
I had a dream. I had secretly cancelled all subscriptions to all law journals in our office. Continue reading here.
This podcast was done on 26 July 2018 with Adam Philipp, the founder of AEON Law, an IP law firm in Seattle. During the Interview, Adam was in Seattle while… read more →
We all know the Google Search page and we probably use it on a daily basis, mostly the Google standard search function and only occasionally the Google image search. Here… read more →
That may sound trivial, but it is not. Being born and raised up in Europe myself, I can tell you that “European” has no fixed meaning at all, and each… read more →
This new rule is a must read if you work with US trademarks. It has just been highlighted to me by one of our US associates. “Jail” was the first… read more →
Martin Schweiger has published an article on LinkedIn. “Filing a trademark is easy. At least it looks easy. How is it Done? Most Intellectual Property Offices have a website which… read more →