What is real
is not external form.”
With more than 11,100 brand owners, trademark practitioners, and other intellectual property (IP) professionals from 150+ countries around the world have gathered between May 18 and May 22 in Boston, Massachusetts for the 2019 Annual Meeting of the International Trademark Association (INTA), to learn, discuss and debate over important topics that impact brands, consumers, as well as local and global economies.
INTA’s 141st Annual Meeting, known also as the world’s most widely attended trademark event, marked a record registration this year. This comes to show that the event came at a time when the protection of intellectual property (IP) rights increases in importance, and when brand owners worldwide are considering both opportunities as well as challenges in the rapidly changing global IP environment.
The new regime imposed by Britain’s exit from the European Union comes with a number of implications from several viewpoints. Even if, from a theoretical viewpoint, the United Kingdom left the European Union on January 31, 2020, a withdrawal agreement worked throughout the year so that all these processes could have a constant pace of ( learn more )
Nothing better-known, and also more mysterious than Santa Claus – the character and the suite of constructions of the imaginary that are associated with it. All the serious research and analysis dedicated to it attests to the fact that it is a ” tradition invented” gradually, a complex creation based on an old and new ( learn more )
The most mysterious form of intellectual property is the trade secret. A trade secret consists of any type of information that has economic value. Trade secrets can include business practices, recipes, models and formulae. Information classified as a trade secret is not made known to the general public. Its value lies in its confidential characteristics. ( learn more )