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UK And Chile Trade Continuity Agreement
January saw a trade agreement signed in Santiago between Chile and the UK. This will be welcome news for the wine industry both in the UK and in Chile ...
European Union
7 Mar 2019
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Red Letter Day
After a lengthy trade mark dispute, French shoe designer Christian Louboutin has been given the green light for his famous red soles by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU).
European Union
17 Jul 2018
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ReMarks2nd Quarter 2017
The 2nd quarter edition of our ReMarks newsletter is out, including.
Worldwide
30 Jun 2017
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What Will Brexit Mean For Your Commercial Contracts?
Any UK companies doing business with the rest of the EU, or even just in the UK but relying on customers and suppliers who deal with the rest of the EU, should be keeping an eye out for the ramifications of Brexit.
UK
7 Apr 2017
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Pharmaceutical Patent Rights Get A Boost In Canada Under CETA-Driven Legislation
After years of negotiations, the CETA between Canada and Europe was finally approved by all 28 European Union member states on October 28, 2016...
Canada
18 Nov 2016
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Hitachi Metals Involved In Chinese Case On Abuse Of Non-Essential Patents
On 17 August 2012 Hitachi Metals filed a complaint with the (USITC), alleging unfair competition under section 337 of the US Tariff Act of 1930 by the importation into the USA and sale of certain sintered rare earth magnets...
China
7 Jun 2016
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The Trans-Pacific Partnership – Implications For Malaysia
Malaysia entered into the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) together with 11 other countries on 5 October 2015.
Malaysia
30 Dec 2015
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Implications Of The TPP In Canada
On 5 October 2015, Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, the United States, and Vietnam, entered into a landmark trade agreement known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).
Canada
3 Dec 2015
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South China Branch Of China International Economic And Trade Arbitration Commission Ordered To Cease "Illegal" Arbitration Activities
In a reply letter, China International Economic and Trade Association ("CIETAC"), which is the Beijing Head Office of the re-organized Guangdong CIETAC, characterises the Notification as "incorrect, groundless and mistaken"...
China
15 Oct 2015
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