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Intellectual Property

Bourbon’s recognition as a US product in Japan

The protection of Bourbon just increased in Japan with the acknowledgement that this is a US product. This type of bilateral agreement was signed last year between the US and Bolivia.

Read the article on the spirit business.

Intellectual Property, International Law

International design and trademark systems welcomes a new member

This is a new step forward for the protection of intellectual property on an international level : Jamaica joins the International design and trademark systems. This allows - among other things - to increase the number of market available for companies.

Read the article on Novagraaf.

Intellectual Property, Focus

The history of Intellectual Property

The EUIPO recently put online an article dealing with the history of IP starting in Ancient Greece. This is a serie of article that appears to be captivating.

Find the article on EUIPO's website.

Intellectual Property

A new Australian method to fight wine fraud

A new method of identifying the origin of wine was developped by the University of Adelaide and its results looks promising. Counterfeit in the wine industry has always been an issue from a commercial and a legal perspective.

Read the article on adeaide.edu.au

Intellectual Property

The necessity of using a Trademark

After the registration of a trademark, there are still a few obligations left for the owner to protect its trademark. One of these is the obligation of use the trademark.

Find the article on Novagraaf's website.

Intellectual Property

Protecting and enforcing brands in Europe

The European Trademark System is quite complex from an outsider's point of view. Novagraaf offers a short presentation of the system.

Find the article on Novagraaf.

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