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.
Small-scale luxury cosmetics producers are often faced with a plethora of confusing options when it comes to protecting their intellectual property - Red Points lays out the options.
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.
Though China produces the overwhelming majority of counterfeit products, Turkey has become Europe's gateway for counterfeits by abusing with IP rights and an influx of Syrian refugees.
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.
This article looks at the wider economic impacts caused by high levels of counterfeiting, and how these impacts negatively affect all levels of society.
Our helpful guide to protecting your creative works, explaining copyright, and clearing up some confusion around the issue.
The creators of PlayerUnknown’s BattleGrounds (PUBG) have filed a major lawsuit against Epic Games, the creators of Fortnite, citing apparent copyright infringement from Epic Games.
In the west, we have strong laws designed to defend intellectual property and to protect innovators. But the internet is still littered with counterfeit products. So how is this happening? We’ve identified a number of strategies and loopholes used by counterfeiters to circumvent IP protection.
The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) renegotiations may bring stronger Intellectual Property Protection.