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Early impressions of the Defend Trade Secrets Act

US21-10-2016Kevin O’Shea and Michael Hopkins

Despite being just a few months old, the US Defend Trade Secrets Act has already been used to address some unique issues, and it’s likely that courts will soon begin setting out the metes and bounds of the legislation, as Kevin O’Shea and Michael Hopkins of Ice Miller explain.

Trademark protection in Germany: the bar for apps is set higher

Germany13-10-2016Stefan Abel

Germany’s Supreme Court has ruled that descriptive names of apps and domains cannot claim trademark protection unless they have acquired distinctiveness, says Stefan Abel of Klaka Rechtsanwälte.

Non-traditional trademarks: more hurdles to jump

EU, EU - TRADEMARKS10-10-2016Lenneke van Gaal

There are at least three barriers to obtaining non-traditional trademarks in the EU, despite a revised definition of those marks, as Lenneke van Gaal of Ploum Lodder Princen explains.

Teaching robots copyright

Scotland, UK03-10-2016Emma Barraclough

CREATe researchers at the University of Edinburgh are considering how artificial intelligence and copyright law may co-exist in the future, and the landscape throws up several challenges, says Emma Barraclough, an industry fellow at CREATe.

Seeking balance: four years of the PTAB

US30-09-2016Stephen Maebius

In its four years of operation the PTAB has tried to find the right balance for petitioners and patent owners, and the proceedings at the board will continue to be tweaked and improved, says Stephen Maebius of Foley & Lardner.

Huawei v ZTE and the many-headed Hydra

Germany29-09-2016Daniel Hoppe

German courts have decided a number of SEP cases since the CJEU’s judgment in Huawei v ZTE in July 2015, but they continue to struggle with the details of its implementation, says Daniel Hoppe of Harte-Bavendamm.

The post-Brexit world for European patent litigants

EU, UK22-09-2016Duncan Ribbons and Maeve Lynch

Post-Brexit, patent litigants will probably still be able to obtain declarations of non-infringement of European national patents from the English courts, but there are further issues to consider, say Duncan Ribbons and Maeve Lynch of Redd Solicitors.

A decade of unity: working together to boost ASEAN IP

Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam21-09-2016

The ASEAN countries are at the beginning of a decade-long strategic plan to boost IP in the region, says Chew Phye Keat, president of the ASEAN IPA, who talks to WIPR.

The pirate busters: India’s new IP crime fighters


The Telangana Intellectual Property Crime Unit has been launched in India with the aim of tackling online piracy in the state. But can the unit emulate successes seen in countries such as the UK? WIPR investigates.

Brazil focus: Light at the end of the backlog tunnel?


Brazil’s Patent Prosecution Highway pilot programme is several months into its trial period. WIPR investigates how the scheme is going.

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