Trademark and Copyright

Are Your TMs Ready for the Change?

By Dr. Ulrike Gruebler   European trademark law is currently undergoing the most fundamental changes since the introduction of the European Community trademark system 20 years ago. In late 2015, the European Parliament approved a reform package consisting of an amended European Union Trademark Regulation (Regulation (EU) 2015/2424) and a new Trademarks ...

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Internet

EU LAUNCHES ONLINE DISPUTE RESOLUTION PLATFORM FOR CONTRACT DISPUTES WITH CONSUMERS

By Michiko Jo In mid-February, the European Commission launched an online platform which can be used for out-of-court settlement of disputes over obligations under business-to- consumer online sales or service contracts. The platform is available for free to a trader established in the EU and a consumer resident in the ...

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Fashion

WORD FROM THE INDUSTRY’S MOUTH

By Ruth Hoy and Chloe Hersee Interview with Amba Jackson (born 26 May 1995), an artist and fashion designer currently studying at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. Amba was born in London before moving to Ibiza shortly after her first birthday. There she went to Morna International College until the age ...

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Advertising

US Regulators Take Aim at Native Advertising

By Scott W. Pink A relatively new form of advertising that has drawn the attention of regulators is “native advertising” – paid media fashioned to mimic the look and feel of the news reports, feature stories, product and entertainment reviews, and other material on the online platform where it is placed. If ...

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