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Halloween may be over for another year, but the search for so-called zombie trade marks continues. In a guest post, Katfriend Carlo Sala gave an overview of issues arising when businesses seek to capitalise on residual consumer recognition of marks associated with the ghosts of brands past.
The IPKat was honoured to be able to interview Rena Lee, the new Chief Executive of the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS). Find out more about the priorities and approach of IPOS, including how it can best adapt to emerging challenges such as globalisation in the age of COVID-19, here.
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