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Olympics and challenges in IPR protection activities

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Heading: The Olympic Games are not only a sports festival that brings together the world's top athletes but also a "congress" about protecting intellectual property rights, especially trademarks. Despite extremely strict protection, the Olympic Games and the host country face violations of intellectual…

Vietnam agrees to tech transfers on Russian, U.S. COVID-19 vaccines

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Vietnam agrees to tech transfers on Russian, U.S. COVID-19 vaccines Made-in-Vietnam vaccine, NanoCovax, is expected to be available by end of 2021 On 20 July 2021, Vietnam has reached agreements on technology transfers for Russian and U.S. coronavirus vaccines. The nation aims to boost its vaccine capacity.…

Unilever launches world-first paper-based laundry detergent bottle

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Recently, Unilever and technology group partner Pulpex, together with Diageo, Pilot Lite and other industry members have successfully developed a recyclable paper laundry detergent bottle, which is expected to be launched in early 2022 in Brazil. with the brand OMO. Unilever is also piloting similar…

Design plagiarism problem when SHEIN holds a fashion design competition

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Chinese fast fashion giant Shein is making headlines with its own design competition SHEIN X 100K Challenge for emerging designers. However, this company is facing a lot of criticism because of its past of design plagiarism. The online community is concerned that young designers participating in the…

List of Industrial Property Regulations

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List of Industrial Property Regulations (in Vietnamese)  

Summary of Codes and Laws, Resolutions of the National Assembly, Circulars

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Codes and Laws, Resolutions of the National Assembly, Circulars Source: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OFFICE OF VIETNAM https://www.noip.gov.vn/en_US/web/english/legal-documents

OFFICIAL LOGO OF THE 2024 SUMMER OLYMPICS

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The 2024 Summer Olympics marks 100 years back to France, back to the homeland of Count Pierre de Coubertin - the father of the modern Olympic movement. This is the third time France has hosted the Summer Olympics and Paris becomes the second city in the world after London to host the Summer Olympics…

COCO vs. INCOCO: Chanel wins in the likelihood of confusion

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On 23 October 2014, Chanel, a French luxury fashion house that was founded by Mrs. Coco Chanel in 1910, filed an opposition against a trademark registration (No.1189828) “INCOCO” of Innovative Cosmetic Concepts LLC (USA) based on the earlier protected trademark No.1438544 and 1571046, “COCO”. However,…

The world's first "Made in Vietnam" anti-Coronavirus medical mask

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Wakamono mask is the world's first anti-Coronavirus mask, invented by Mr. Lai Nam Hai, chairman of Wakamono Joint Stock Company, who owns up to 11 patents and trademarks  related to nanotechnology registered in Vietnam, USA, Canada and many other countries.

Adidas and Reebok sue websites that sell their counterfeit goods

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Recently, Adidas and its subsidiary, Reebok, filed a lawsuit against a series of websites that are selling counterfeit products. In the counterfeiting industry, Adidas has become one of the most counterfeited brands in the world because of its popularity and popularity. Therefore, Adidas' strong strategies…

Vietnam - Sense of Personal Brand Protection of YouTubers through the cases of PewPew and Do Mixi

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On July 1, streamer PewPew suddenly announced on his Fanpage that his trademark "PewPew" had been trademarked by someone else. Before PewPew, there were also many youtubers/celebs who had their brand names registered by other units. To avoid this situation from continuing in the future, youtubers/celebs…

INNOVATORS TO WATCH 2021

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INNOVATORS TO WATCH 2021

Earlier this year, Clarivate announced its list of Innovators for 2021. The list includes 28 Global Innovators that Clarivate predicts will likely appear in the Top 100 Global Innovators 2022. This article provides an overview analysis based on the results obtained from the list of Innovators expected…

FIZZY BEVERAGE SOUND NOT A TRADEMARK

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The General Court of Justice of the European Union in Luxembourg has ruled that the sound of a fizzy drinks cannot be considered as a trademark. This result is meant to affirm the condition that the sound chain recognized as a trademark must be distinctive.

Copyright protection for musical works in the Internet environment

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The rapid development of the Internet along with the advent of streaming platforms on social networking sites: Instagram, YouTube, Twitter... has upset the status quo of the world music industry, posing a challenge to the world music industry. This industry is full of challenges.