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2018 Special 301 Report's "Watch-List": An Analysis Of The Inclusion Of Saudi Arabia And The UAE
Special 301 Report (the "Report") is a United States congressional mandated document that reflects the U.S. Administration's views on the protection and enforcement of U.S. intellectual property (IP) rights globally.
Saudi Arabia
26 Jun 2018
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Trademark Considerations For The Hospitality Sector In The UAE
By the Dubai Expo in 2020, the UAE plans to have more than 170,000 hotel rooms according to news reports. Dubai currently boasts 100,000 hotel rooms ...
United Arab Emirates
25 Jun 2018
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Domain Name Strategies For Brand Owners
Having a website is essential for any business wishing to have an online presence. In doing so, brand owners are well advised to take control of their domain name management.
Saudi Arabia
25 Jun 2018
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KSA Customs And Vision 2030
The Vision 2030 of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, as announced on 25 April 2016, is the plan for the post-oil era with the rise of new energy efficient producing technologies.
Saudi Arabia
21 Feb 2018
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The Dubai Court Of Cassation Issues Decision That Strengthens The Status Of 3D Trademarks
Al Tamimi & Co. have successfully represented Cartier (the "Plaintiff") in proceedings filed with the Dubai Court of First Instance against a famous jeweller in the UAE (the "Defendant")...
United Arab Emirates
16 Jan 2018
6
Innovations And IP Protection In Transport: From Industrialization To Computerization
Evolution and improvements in technology have allowed man to travel, expand and explore far reaching territories.
Saudi Arabia
8 Nov 2017
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Oman Implements The GCC Trademarks Law
On 25th July 2017, the Royal Decree No. 33 of 2017 promulgating the Law of Trademarks for the GCC States ("GCC Trademarks Law") was issued in Oman, and it came directly into effect after its publication.
Oman
21 Sep 2017
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Arrested Development: Legal Considerations For App Developers In The Middle East
App development is a flourishing industry across the Middle East. We are regularly approached by clients seeking legal advice on issues relating to app development.
United Arab Emirates
26 Jul 2017
9
Protection Of IP Rights For Mobile Apps
Mobile Applications enable many businesses to be contacted with greater ease and at any time the customer wants.
United Arab Emirates
24 Jun 2015
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Beware Of The Like Button - How To Avoid Misuse Of Common Social Media Logos
Social networking is a great tool to build a business, maintain contact with consumers and create word of mouth.
United Arab Emirates
16 Jun 2015
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Intellectual Property Rights For SMEs
Small and medium enterprises ("SMEs") are the backbone of any economy as they employ workers, utilise local resources, attract investment, and encourage innovation and creativity.
United Arab Emirates
22 Feb 2011
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The Legal Issues Arising from Marketing Through Digital Media in the UAE
Digital marketing is using digital media such as television, radio, internet, mobile devices and digital signage (indoor and outdoor) for marketing activities.
United Arab Emirates
11 Nov 2010
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Working With Dubai Customs To Fight The Infringement Of IP Rights
Customs matters in the UAE are not administered at a federal level, and each emirate is responsible for the administration of its own customs procedures.
United Arab Emirates
28 Oct 2010
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Libya – Developments in the IP law regime
The Libyan Trademark Office has just issued the first registration certificate in 30 years. This development comes as a result of the Ministerial Resolution No. 316 of May 2009 to modify the form of the trademark registration certificate.
Libya
16 Aug 2010
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Jordan: Downward revision of official trade mark fees
In a previous issue of Law Update we reported on tremendous official fee increases for trade mark matters in Jordan.
United Arab Emirates
20 Jul 2010
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Promising Improvements in Handling of IP Cases by Dubai Customs
In a recent case, Dubai Customs demonstrated its willingness to report counterfeit products, accept official complaints on behalf of IP owners, rule on case merits and destroy counterfeit goods.
United Arab Emirates
22 Jun 2010
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Brands Hitting The Rough
Tiger Woods, Goldman Sachs … Some mighty brands have hit the rough recently, with resulting speculation as to how this type of publicity has impacted on the commercial value of the brands.
United Arab Emirates
17 Jun 2010
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Employers: protecting valuable IP created by employees
Managers responsible for ensuring that an organisation’s intellectual property rights are protected often believe that the organisation automatically owns all intellectual property rights arising from the work of its employees.
United Arab Emirates
8 Jun 2010
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Overlapping IP Rights
A UAE based company comes up with a new bottle design for their shampoo product.
United Arab Emirates
4 Jun 2010
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IPR Prosecution Procedures Facilitated
With a view to facilitate trademark, patent and design prosecution in the country, the Tunisian Industrial Property Office brought in the following procedural changes with effect from 1st January 2010
Tunisia
27 May 2010
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