Protection of GUIs as Industrial Design Patents

GUI (Graphical User Interface) design is an emerging player in the technology industry, and more so in the world of patents. For companies that are in the business of selling goods and services through websites over the internet, GUI plays a vital role in attracting their consumers. Hence, the GUIs, which often exist in the
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All About the Trademark Registration in Maldives

A trademark is a type of Intellectual Property (IP), which includes a logo, brand name, or sign that can distinguish your products and services from those of others. Hence, Trademark Registration in Maldives or at any place is one of the best and legal ways to restrict others from using your unique mark. For instance,
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Amendments Made to Canadian Trademark Law on 17th June 2019

Countries, no matter whether to strengthen the existing trademark protection or to include additional rules, often bring changes in their trademark laws. Almost all of us know how crucial role the trademark law plays in the protection of Intellectual Property (IP) assets. By providing relevant and robust trademark rights, it helps the owners in not
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Europe’s Top Court Adviser Says Amazon Must Check for Trademark Infringements

An adviser to Europe’s top court has recently said that Amazon, the US online retail giant is not liable for unconsciously stocking products causing Trademark Infringement for third-party sellers, but should be careful in checking whether the products are legal or not. The adviser gave his opinion on a case pitting Amazon against the US
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Letter of Consent: A remedy for Rejection of Trademark Application in China

Considering the benefits that a registered trademark can provide, more and more people and companies are continuously getting involved in activities like filing trademark applications. Once get approved, the trademark applications can ensure a lot of gains to not just the applicants (creators of product in most of the cases) but the consumers as well.
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Intellectual Property Law in Bangladesh

The term Intellectual Property (IP) denotes the human mind’s creations that include literary and artistic works, symbols, names, inventions, etc., used in commercial ventures. With the rapid expansion of the global economy, Intellectual Property Law in Bangladesh, along with the corresponding rights, has become an absolute asset to the overall development of the country. In
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Justin Bieber Attempts to Trademark the Term – R&Bieber

Justin Bieber, a Canadian pop singer-songwriter, is currently attempting to trademark the term “R&Bieber.” TMZ, a tabloid news website, reports that Justin has been going back-and-forth in regards to dropping a new album – R&B soon – and it looks like he is stepping ahead to do so.  As per the reports, Justin and his
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How to Develop a Trademark Strategy for Your Business?

Are you planning to develop your business? It is significant to have a unique and distinct brand that’s recognizable by consumers as a sign of quality, trust, and satisfaction. These types of brands that attract business profits on one side are vulnerable to be infringed by others like competitors on the other side. Hence, a
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Backcountry Faces Customer Scrutiny over Trademark Lawsuits

Backcountry, the enormous online outdoor retailer supporting backcountry.com that has known as Utah home for the last 23 years, is suffering from a flood of criticism as word spreads about the online website moved to sue dozens of smaller outdoor brands and sellers for using the word “Backcountry” in their name or product description. Backcountry,
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Apple Possibly Have Taken Control of ‘AirTag’ Trademark

Rumors of an Apple-branded tile-like tracking device have been circulating for months, and now it appears that the device could be named as AirTag. References to AirTag found within the iOS 13.2 update hints that this tile-like device may appear very soon. Apart from a lot of rumors about this device, a trademark for ‘AirTag’
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