Domain Dispute Seems To Show Plight Of The ‘Little Guy’ In A Corporate System

A recent cybersquatting case processed under the World Intellectual Property Organization internet domain dispute procedures offers a possible glimpse of the plight of ordinary internet users in a global system dominated by large companies and their legal teams.

WTO Director General Wants To Put Human Dimension In WTO Work

The World Trade Organization Director General Roberto Azevêdo opened the 2014 WTO Public Forum by saying trade is essential but the international trade system should provide a seat for everyone at the table. United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon also insisted on the importance of a development-oriented international trade system.

US-India Cooperation Raises Hopes, Concerns

In this week’s highly anticipated visit to the United States by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a number of joint statements have been issued, raising hope for greater cooperation between the two countries, and some concern about the same.

Keeping it simple!!! Supreme Court of India streamlines patent revocation procedures

In a landmark decision, which should go a long way in streamlining the procedural aspects of patent litigation cases, the Supreme Court of India addressed the issue of multiplicity of proceedings in patent opposition, invalidation and revocation cases.

Do ask, do tell, do nothing: the EU Commission and all those copyright consultations

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