Latest World TM Review

Latest World Trademark Review

The eponymous website of theWorld Trademark Review, a stable-mate for Globe's Intellectual Asset Management, still features the cover of issue 1, even though it's now up to the fourth issue (November/December 2006). Don't let this put you off, since there are some good features in it. The IPKat recommends the following:
* Staff writer Véronique Musson profiles Charles Jeffrey Duke, the man responsible for protecting the ZIPPO brand of functional yet collectable lighters;

* Yukukazu Hanamizu (Yuasa & Hara, Tokyo) strikes a positive note regarding Japan's not-so-secret ambitions to rise on a tide of IP-protection-based investment;

* for those whose view of Switzerland is bounded by eidelweiss (above) and Toblerone (right), there's a multi-part review of this small but critical jurisdiction at the doorstep of the European Union.
And here's a question from Merpel for the publishers: you're putting together a very attractive product - but why don't you update your website so that people can see what your current issue actually looks like and what lies between the covers?
Latest World TM Review Latest World TM Review Reviewed by Jeremy on Monday, January 08, 2007 Rating: 5

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