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Nominative Fair Use and Other Defenses to Trademark Infringement

Posted by Tulip Mahaseth on Tuesday, Feb 26, 2019

Red Points' examination of the various legal defenses to lawsuits based on trademark infringement.

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Genericide Hotline: How to Avoid Genericide and Loss of Trademark Rights

Posted by Tulip Mahaseth on Wednesday, Feb 6, 2019

Genericide is a nightmare for brands - losing the trademark for a key product because it's become too successful. Red Points takes a look.

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American trademark made simple

Posted by Ryan Williams on Friday, Feb 1, 2019

Red Points’ comprehensive guide for helping brands worldwide to register their trademarks in the United States.

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A Bitter Pill to Swallow: Fake Pharmaceuticals in India

Posted by Tulip Mahaseth on Thursday, Dec 13, 2018

The Indian pharmaceutical market is inundated with counterfeits, which replace important active ingredients with dangerous, toxic replacement chemicals, and have been spreading to the rest of the world.

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Red is Solely Louboutin: Protecting Color Marks in the EU and USA

Posted by Tulip Mahaseth on Friday, Nov 9, 2018

Trademark covers not only brand names and logos, but extends even to colors. Red Points takes a look at a landmark case of color mark.

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A simple guide to intellectual property in China

Posted by Ryan Williams on Thursday, Aug 30, 2018

China’s appetite for consumer goods and western brands is growing. Alibaba, China’s largest online retail group, has been on a mission to entice big brands to their sites in recent years.

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Lawyers vs The Future: 5 technologies that can benefit lawyers

Posted by Red Points on Friday, Mar 3, 2017

As startups fight over the virtual gap in the market for legal tech, many technologies are now available that save time on and even automatise legal tasks. Red Points examines 5 innovative technologies that may prove valuable to lawyers.

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How Youtube deals with copyright infringement

Posted by Red Points on Tuesday, Dec 13, 2016

As the world’s biggest video sharing platform, Youtube allows users to create, broadcast and share their work. Content owners may also find their work is adopted and shared via Youtube without their authorisation and, while this raises major questions around copyright infringement, there may be benefits to someone using your content in this way. 

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