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Italian firms, not content with just servicing their homegrown clients, have decided to stake out new territory in China, London and New York.
Deal will trigger new market access for Europe’s hi-tech companies.
The Made in USA label is a country of origin type of label that indicates that a product is ’all or virtually all’ made in the US.
Also: second-hand containers; private areas in public ports; pilfering; and more.
Reducing the tax burden does not necessarily constitute state aid.
For Europeans the idea that special Italian and French foodstuffs, wines and spirits should be protected goes without saying. Americans think differently.
Geographical Indications have caused EU/US conflict for years but can agreement be found in the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership? This paper suggests the solution must be rooted in IP law.
The General Court and the Italian Tribunals disagree on the distinctive characteristics of Guerlain’s Samsara trademark...
There are many misconceptions about China and its market economy status.
Public or government procurement in CETA, the economic and trade agreement between Canada and the EU
The Comprehensive Trade and Economic Agreement provides a range of measures to make doing business between Canada and the EU easier.
A female macaque took a self-portrait using the camera of the English naturalist photographer David J Slater. The news raised doubts about the picture’s copyright protection.
EU Court of Justice holds trade dress of flagship store eligible for trademark registration under EU law
The EU Court of Justice has ruled in favour of the eligibility for registration as a trademark, under EU law, of the overall appearance, trade dress and design of a flagship store.
This paper presumes knowledge of general background to the differences between the EU and the US in relation to geographical indications (GIs).