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If recent reports coming out
of China are accurate, the
country could now be leading
the world in IP financing. The
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The Diary of Anne Frank is well known. Frank's death in 1945 meant that copyright in the diary will expire in 2016, and thus the Anne Frank Trust applied for additional protection under trademark law. However, both the Benelux Office for Intellectual Property and the Court of Appeal rejected the application.
During the past three years Romanian legislation has undergone significant changes, which has had a major effect on IP rights. Considering that entirely new codes are being enacted and are entering into force, the changes are of paramount importance since they govern a wide array of legal issues governing IP rights.
The International Trademark Association (INTA) is a not-for-profit membership association dedicated to the support and advancement of trademarks and related intellectual property as elements of fair and effective commerce.
INTA was founded in 1878 by 17 merchants and manufacturers which saw a need for an organisation “to protect and promote the rights of trademark owners, to secure useful legislation and to give aid and encouragement to all efforts for the advancement and observance of trademark rights”.
Today, 5,900 trademark owners, professionals and academics from more than 190 countries make INTA a powerful network of powerful brands. Members of INTA find true value in its global trademark research, policy development, and education and training.