Sky News interviews DLA Piper’s group head of IPT Australia about brand squatting
Sky News Business Law TV host Carson Scott recently interviewed Melinda Upton, partner and group head of IPT Australia at DLA Piper. In the live interview, Upton discussed the issue of brand squatting and cybersquatting. Carson also interviewed Les Koltai, partner and head of the real-estate group in DLA Piper Australia about doing business down under from a foreign retailer perspective.
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