On-demand Webinar

Informing trademark strategy with regional insights

David Marques
Director, Product Management
Yoon Barbé
Director, Product Management
Jiyoung Lee
Team Leader, Content Editing
Biljana Milosavljević
Service Operations, Senior IP Lead

The decision of which goods and services class to file in has become increasingly important. The dramatic growth of trademark registrations globally has increased the likelihood of potential conflicts. The threat of goods and services being assessed similar to those of earlier registered trademarks must be carefully considered when filing a new trademark application.

As a leader in global trademark research, Clarivate™ sought to test an intriguing hypothesis: Cultural differences among jurisdictions influence the relative weight given to specific factors in determining goods and services similarity.

Topics covered:

  • The Darts-ip™ Dataset: We’ll present the methodology behind our report, including the datasets used and how they were obtained through Darts-ip.
  • Report Outcomes: Our trademark and litigation experts will present their findings from this report. Are cosmetics considered similar to packs of gourmet chocolates? Should golf shoes be regarded in the same class as golf clubs or are they different? The answer depends on where in the world you plan to file your trademark application and may have a notable impact on your trademark strategy.

The views and opinions in this webinar are those of the contributors and do not necessarily represent official policy or position of Clarivate™.