A guide to global trademark practices

09 May 2018

If a business operates, or aims to operate, internationally, it's important to develop and understand its intellectual property (IP) strategy on a global basis. 

The International Comparative Legal Guide to Trade Marks 2018 provides guidance on trademark law and practice in 48 jurisdictions worldwide. It's an accessible, valuable resource for IP practitioners globally.



Kate Swaine is the contributing editor of The International Comparative Legal Guide (ICLG) to Trade Marks 2018, and Gowling WLG teams have written the France, Germany, Singapore and UK chapters, as well as an international chapter on Brands and the Digital Age. We hope that you will find the guide useful and informative.

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