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Why automotive companies in the connected car and autonomous driving industry need to review their trademark portfolios

With the momentum building in the trend towards connected and autonomously driven vehicles, automotive companies should review their trademark portfolios to ensure that their key marks are...

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How do I draft my arbitration agreement to cater for the arbitration of IP disputes?

1. Arbitration (Amendment) Ordinance 2017

1.1 In our earlier article, we discussed the implications of the Arbitration (Amendment) Ordinance 2017 and the factors to consider when deciding...

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French legal and regulatory update – June 2018

The Paris office of Hogan Lovells is pleased to provide this English language edition of our monthly e - newsletter, which offers a legal and regulatory update covering France and Europe...

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Total Brand Care: Brand creation – get it right from the start

A strong brand can be one of your most valuable assets.  It's a tool to communicate, build loyalty, and drive new revenue. But effective brand management is not just about trademarks...

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Hogan Lovells: ITC Section 337 Quarterly Highlights

The latest news round-up from our Hogan Lovells ITC Section 337 practice, including "tips from the bench" by former ITC Judge Theodore (Ted) R. Essex.

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U.S. - Attorney's fee awards in Lanham Act cases: An "exceptional" outcome

Reversing a decision out of the Eastern District of Virginia, the Fourth Circuit held that a party seeking attorney fees need only prove that its case is "exceptional" by a preponderance of ...

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Patent law in Europe: What pharmaceutical companies need to know

With pharmaceutical competition in Europe continuing to evolve, established companies and new market entrants alike need to understand how key patent litigation tools are shaping the...

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Straight Talks: New players, new rules - IP disruption in the automobile industry

Not long ago, an automotive “innovation” meant a new way of engineering a powertrain or emissions system, which would then be patented by the original equipment manufacturer...

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