World Trademark Review – New WTR Platform; Increase in deposits in Canada and the United States; domain name predictions; and much more


Everything we’ve covered on WTR over the past seven days – and everything you need to know from the world of brands to prepare for the start of another busy week.

WTR gets a makeover

WTR is pleased to unveil its new and improved platform, designed to help subscribers effortlessly access our growing offerings of data intelligence, analytics and content.

The long read

Internal leaders from various industries share their top tips for getting the most out of IP tools when budgets are tight.

monday january 10

Nick Wood and Hayath Hussein of Com Laude offer four predictions of what to expect from domain names in 2022.

According to the National Federation of Dairy Farmers, a US district court ruling confirming that “gruyere” is a generic type of cheese rejects a “blatant grab of European market share”.


tuesday january 11

Nike is crowned the most valuable global apparel brand, the China Trademark Association approves two new committees, Take-Two buys Zynga, and more.

Trademark enforcement campaigns lead to increased design patent injunctions in the United States.


Wednesday January 12

E-commerce platforms are teaming up with brand owners and the government to fight online counterfeiting in Thailand.

Filing data in Canada shows significant growth despite review delays.

The USPTO records an unprecedented year of filings and hold levels.


Thursday January 13

Intellectual property and licensing remain a major concern for the growing esports industry.

Intellectual property offices in India, Hong Kong and Peru are responding to an increase in covid-19 cases.


friday january 14

The UK Intellectual Property Office seeks design opinions, INTA files amicus brief on exhaustion, Lego delays partnership with Activision Blizzard, and more.

Singapore introduces the Intellectual Property Amendment Bill to streamline processes and improve legislative clarity.


saturday january 15

Unilever is facing investor criticism over its focus on sustainability, underscoring the balance brands face.

WTR Special Report: Next Generation Innovation in IP Offices

WTR’s latest special report explores how IP offices around the world are embracing innovation and why it matters to all trademark professionals.

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