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The Cayman Islands Intellectual Property Office (CIIPO) highlighted Cayman's ability to protect artistic creations and brand owners at the invitation-only International Trade mark Association (INTA)...
Ogier
This brief refers to 'software' as an IP asset generally, whether protected via copyright or patent laws in any given jurisdiction.
Ogier
NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens) have opened new revenue streams and earning potential for brands, celebrities, athletes, artists, bands, songwriters, authors, and many others in the "creator" economy.
Ogier
基金名称一旦成功注册为商标,就成为有价值的商业资产。坊间存在的常见误解,就是基金所有者在实体成立后,便在金融服务方面自动拥有
Ogier
Fund names become valuable commercial assets when they are successfully registered as trade marks. It is a common misconception that once a fund vehicle is formed the owner can exclusively use the...
Ogier
Annual fees are payable to the Cayman Islands government every 1 January for the life of an intellectual property registration for a trade mark, patent or design.
Ogier
While some countries in the Caribbean have an efficient trade mark renewal process, for the most part renewals cannot be filed electronically and can be more time-consuming than brand owners and foreign trade mark practitioners ...
HSM IP
Trademarks Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of Cayman Islands, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
HSM Chambers
The long-awaited Trade Marks Act, No. 8 of 2015, ('the New Act') and accompanying Trade Marks Regulations, 2020, ('the Regulations') came into effect in Trinidad and Tobago on 25 June 2020.
HSM IP
With many Intellectual Property (IP) media sources citing a reduction in the number of IP filings since the start of the COVID-19 outbreak around the world...
HSM IP
As COVID-19 impacts the Caribbean and Latin America the IP world keeps on spinning, with IP practitioners and IP offices and registries finding new ways of working to ensure that the rights of brand owners...
Cayman Islands Government
The Cayman Islands Intellectual Property Office (CIIPO) worked with United States Government enforcement agencies to stage regional intellectual property (IP) training in the Cayman Islands.
HSM Chambers
Earlier this month on August 1 marked one year since The Trade Marks Law, 2016 was implemented in the Cayman Islands.
Cayman Islands Government
The full suite of IP laws, now in force, has resulted in additional legal expertise on island that assists companies and individuals to better protect their IP creations locally.
Ogier
Registering trademarks is not expensive, and gives you rights to protect your brand with simple but robust legal remedies.
Cayman Islands Government
The Cayman Islands Intellectual Property Office (CIIPO) was established in May 2016 and falls under the remit of the Ministry of Financial Services and Home Affairs.
Harneys
The Trade Marks Law 2016, the Patents and Trade Marks (Amendment) Law 2016 and the Design Rights Registration Law 2016 came into force on 1 August 2017, introducing a new intellectual property regime in the Cayman Islands.
Maples Group
The Design Rights Registration Law, 2016 (the "Design Rights Law") will come into force in the Cayman Islands on 1 August 2017.
HSM Chambers
The long-awaited new Trade Marks Law has also been approved by Government and is expected to be published shortly.
Cayman Islands Government
Throughout this Wednesday at Camana Bay, CIIPO will answer the public's questions about IP, and there will be prize giveaways.
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