Beconcini Article Compares Fight for IP Protection to Napoleonic Warfare

Paolo Beconcini’s article, “Napoleonic Warfare And IP Protection in China,” published March 11 on Mondaq.com, invites readers to step into a Napoleonic-era general’s boots as he prepares for battle—not unlike the fight for intellectual property protection in China.
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Beconcini and Binion Co-author Article Confronting Spurious Spirits

In “Counterfeit Alcohol – Coming soon to a glass near you?,” published February 19 on IP Frontline and on Mondaq.com March 4, co-authors Paolo Beconcini and Robert Binion examine how the increasing popularity of alcohol among the growing Chinese middle class has led counterfeiters to turn to wine and spirits as a new profit source.
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Article Examines Role of Trademark Opposition in Light of 2014 Trademark Law in China

Dr. Paolo Beconcini examines “The Role of Trademark Opposition in the Protection of Brands in China in Light of the New Trademark Law” in the January/February 2015 issue of IP Litigator.
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Paolo Beconcini Quoted in La Tribune Article

Paolo Beconcini was quoted in the article “Alibaba prend ses marques (européennes) en France” (which roughly translates to “Alibaba Takes Its Brand (European) in France”) published February 28 in La Tribune.
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Appeal Against Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Squelched

Carroll Burdick lawyers Daniel Wu, Nathaniel K. Fisher and Molly Madden recently won a victory for client Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., in the California Court of Appeal in Los Angeles.
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Paolo Beconcini Quoted in WSJ, iMarket Reports, and La Tribune

Dr. Paolo Beconcini was quoted in three articles concerning counterfeiting on e-commerce sites in China.
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