20 July 2017
For businesses which operate, or plan to operate on an international basis, it remains essential to consider branding strategy globally. However, that requires intellectual property know-how on an international level.
Understanding the differences between IP law in multiple jurisdictions is extremely challenging for any business. That is why Gowling WLG is pleased to introduce the The Legal 500: Intellectual Property Country Comparative Guide.
The aim of this guide is to provide its readers with a pragmatic overview of the law and practice of intellectual property law across 19 jurisdictions.
Each chapter provides information about the current issues affecting intellectual property in a particular country and addresses topics such as intellectual property rights, licensing, enforcement, establishing infringement or liability, and challenges to intellectual property.
Gowling WLG has contributed international expertise from across firm, including insights from the UK, France, China, Dubai, Singapore and Germany.
Gordon Harris, partner and co-head of intellectual property at the firm, has also provided a Q&A template for each chapter, making it simple for readers to get an overview of each area.