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Five Things To Know About Canada’s Trademark Reform

On June 17, 2019, after almost five years since the proposed amendments were introduced, Canada’s remodeled trademark laws finally came into force. In deciding to […]

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Brexit: What It Potentially Means For Trademark Rights Holders

As the United Kingdom decides whether to continue forward with its plans to exit the European Union, it’s important for trademark owners and applicants to […]

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U.S.-Licensed Attorneys May Soon Be Required for Foreign Trademark Applicants and Registrants

In a Notice of Proposed Rulemakingissued on February 15, 2019, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”) proposed a rule that would affect a […]

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Trademark Law School Clinic Certification Pilot Program Expands

The United States Patent and Trademark Office are now accepting admittance to 15 additional schools for the Fall 2012 Trademark Law School Clinic Certification Pilot […]

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