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O'Neal Webster
A registered trademark in the British Virgin Islands is transmissible in the same way as other personal or moveable property.
Michael Kyprianou Advocates & Legal Consultants
In its latest published report[i] EUIPO, citing the earlier common project study in cooperation with the EPO[ii], it was found that small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs)
Michael Kyprianou Advocates & Legal Consultants
When advising a client in respect of trademark registration, the following question pops up quite often: What if we want to use different variations of the sign intended for registration, should we aim for 5-10
Dr. K. Chrysostomides & Co LLC
Further to the enactment of the new amending Cyprus Trademarks Law (CAP.268) by the Cyprus House of Representatives
United Trademark & Patent Services
The House of Representatives of Cyprus has introduced amendments in the Trademark Law in order to align with the European Trademarks Directive (Directive (EU) 2015/2436).
Michael Kyprianou Advocates & Legal Consultants
In simple terms, branding is the process of quantifying the value of a company, product, or service. It is the set of characteristics, benefits, and attributes that define a particular brand.
Dr. K. Chrysostomides & Co LLC
The owner of the MONDRIAN luxury hotels, has enforced their intellectual property rights against a Cypriot real estate developer who had adopted and used the MONDRIAN brand
AGP Law Firm | A.G. Paphitis & Co. LLC
Previously, a graphical representation was an essential requirement for registration and had to be included in the application for any kind of trademark.
Antoniou McCollum & Co.
Cyprus offers technology companies the potential of an effective tax rate of 2.5% on profit resulting from exploitation of their intellectual property, such as computer software, patents and other intangible assets.
Antoniou McCollum & Co.
Cyprus enacted legislation amending the Trademarks Law, Cap 268 (as amended, the "Trademarks Law"). This amendment has brought about notable changes with respect to the registration and legal protection of trademarks in Cyprus.
E. Tzioni & Associates LLC
On June 12, 2020, an amending law was published in the official Gazette of the Republic of Cyprus, pursuant to which the vast majority of the provisions of the Trademarks Law, Cap. 268, has been replaced.
Hong Kong
Mayer Brown
The Chamber of No Secrets: What Tech and Data/Content Driven Companies Need to Know About the Hong Kong National Security Law
Dennemeyer Group
Celebrities know the power of branding and the benefits it brings, but they also tend to be a bit quirky. They trademark some weird stuff and have even stranger reasons for doing so.
Dennemeyer Group
The average person may hear the term "counterfeit" and immediately think of scam artists in Hollywood crime films, printing batches of fake money.
Dennemeyer Group
Early on in a business's life cycle, you may not have concerns more urgent than keeping operations on track and maintaining a reasonably steady cash flow.
Dennemeyer Group
Intellectual Property rights (IPRs) are generally known as "negative rights" because the owner enforces them by stopping third parties from exploiting the rights' subjects.
Fenech & Fenech Advocates
2020 has been a tough year and that's putting it mildly. The countdown on new year's eve will not only mean the coming of a new hopeful year,
Adams & Adams
Mauritius – Good for Investment and IP Protection...
Trinidad and Tobago
Fross Zelnick Lehrman & Zissu, PC
A modern trademark regime has come into force in Trinidad and Tobago with the implementation of The Trade Marks Act of 2015.
Hassan Elhais
In the wake of severe impact of coronavirus on many businesses in the country, the government issuing several relaxations in fees and fines paid by the companies to ensure smooth flow of business.
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