Western Europe is home to 57 stock exchanges (according to Wikipedia as of October 9, 2020) located in 36 countries, including Spain with five exchanges and Germany with six. Of these 57 exchanges, five are considered major platforms for trading securities, namely:
- Euronext, which is a Pan-Europe exchange covering markets in Belgium, France, Ireland, the Netherlands, and Portugal
- The London Stock Exchange, which has global listings
- The Deutsche Boerse, which handles the Frankfurt Stock Exchange/Xetra
- The SIX Swiss Exchange
- Nasdaq Nordic, which comprises Scandinavian, Baltic, and Caucasian stock exchanges
The five major exchanges trade securities with a market capitalization of over $1 trillion (U.S.).» Read More
There have been a lot of comments lately, both politically and in the media, regarding the activity of foreign agents, including foreign governments, engaged in what can be construed as political activism or political activities in the United States.
What can be done to increase the amount of current information about those activities and who is involved?» Read More
The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way that companies must do business to survive. This change occurred over an extremely short period of time, with little notice, and while companies had limited resources. This unusual situation caused companies to make decisions on an expedited basis with limited opportunity for careful contemplation and forced them to set priorities quickly.» Read More
In a recent decision from the United States Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB), In re IGT, the TTAB affirmed the Examiner’s refusal to register geometric shapes covering gambling machines.
This decision is a good example of the challenges brand owners may have in obtaining trademark registrations for geometric shapes in the United States.» Read More