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Clearing the thicket of employee rights

Brazil01-12-2016Karlo Fonseca Tinoco

Companies doing business in Brazil should be aware of the legal and financial consequences of not clearly setting out employees’ rights to inventions, as a high-profile case involving Petrobras has shown. Karlo Fonseca Tinoco of Bhering Advogados reports.

Getting the rate right

US01-12-2016Ednaldo Silva

Assessing data on royalty rates for medical device licensing agreements can provide lessons on how to avoid mistakes when calculating such rates, says Ednaldo Silva of RoyaltyStat.

A modernisation drive in Mexico

Mexico30-11-2016Hector Chagoya

In the past 20 years Mexico’s IP office has been making it easier for IP owners to use services online, but there is still some way to go before the office is completely paperless, says Hector Chagoya of Becerril, Coca & Becerril.

The need for case-by-case analysis

EU, EU - TRADEMARKS30-11-2016Clémence Stahl

When assessing trademark use, each case must be analysed differently because several factors, including the nature of goods and economic sector, can affect the outcome. Clémence Stahl of Dennemeyer & Associates reports.

Advertising feature: Blocking out online infringers

International29-11-2016Mason Cole

Until December 31, 2016, Donuts is offering the opportunity to obtain DPML Plus, an enhancement of the legacy DPML service, says Mason Cole, who explains how the domain blocking tool works.

A broad umbrella of protection

Brazil29-11-2016Robert Daniel-Shores and Roberta Arantes

Brazilian courts are currently competent at handling trade dress disputes, but they may have to tackle more difficult issues as technology advances, say Robert Daniel-Shores and Roberta Arantes of Daniel Advogados.

Halo: a fresh approach to enhanced damages

US29-11-2016Michael Mutter and Shawn Hamidinia

A US Supreme Court ruling has changed the landscape for determining damages in cases of wilful patent infringement, as Michael Mutter and Shawn Hamidinia of Birch Stewart Kolasch Birch explain in the first edition of a two-part series.

Law firm interview: sky-high IP

Peru28-11-2016Alfredo Barreda

Connected by the Andes mountain range, the Andean countries comprise Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru, and their IP systems are governed by Decision 486 of the Andean Community Commission, as Alfredo Barreda of Barreda Moller explains to WIPR.

Brexit focus: a new national strategy

Switzerland28-11-2016Jürg Simon

Countries inside Europe but outside the EU may need to define an EU-related IP strategy, as Switzerland has done, says Jürg Simon of Lenz & Staehelin.

Brexit focus UK: The tangled web of trademarks

EU, UK25-11-2016Simon Miles

Britain’s vote to leave the EU could have huge implications for IP, including trademarks, but there is still much uncertainty and many unanswered questions. Simon Miles of Edwin Coe reports.

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