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China: a big appetite for semiconductors


Chinese companies are increasingly influential in the consumption and production of semiconductors, but is there adequate protection for their IP rights? WIPR finds out.

Know your portfolio

Canada22-04-2017Martin Bijman

Proving patent value can be achieved with a diverse team of subject matter experts and analysts trained to use tools with data and methodologies, as Martin Bijman of TechInsights explains.

Great Repeal Bill: when Brexit becomes real

EU, UK22-04-2017

The UK government’s Great Repeal Bill could have major implications for IP owners, both before and after March 29, 2019, when Britain will leave the EU. WIPR reports.

The gateway to Europe

EU, Ireland, UK21-04-2017John Whelan

Ireland, which has long had a close relationship with the UK, hopes to be an attractive gateway to Europe for Britain in a post-Brexit world, says John Whelan of A&L Goodbody.

Brexit focus: Let the games begin

EU, France, Germany, UK21-04-2017

There are several IP headaches potentially linked to Brexit, particularly the UK’s involvement—if any—in the Unified Patent Court. WIPR considers how IP owners can approach such uncertainties now that article 50 has been triggered.

A silver lining

International, US20-04-2017

With the release of Azure IP Advantage, Microsoft has agreed to use its patent portfolio to protect customers from litigation. WIPR assesses how the programme will work and how beneficial it might be.

News analysis: Three stripes and you’re out


Adidas’s enforcement of its three-stripe trademark has raised controversy in recent times, as WIPR recaps.

Counterfeiting and piracy: not just about fake watches


In February Frontier Economics produced a report detailing the economic problems associated with counterfeiting and piracy. WIPR spoke to Amar Breckenridge, a manager at the company, to discuss the report’s findings and why they are useful.

Counterfeit kit: a fan’s own goal

International10-03-2017Jeremy Summers

Buying counterfeit team strips removes valuable income from your club which, in some cases, will not come from elsewhere. It reduces the club’s ability to compete and may force a club to increase other sources of income—such as ticket prices, argues Jeremy Summers of Lewis Silkin.

CITMA spring conference 2017 preview: Brexit top of the agenda


The UK’s departure from the EU and the ramifications for IP is top of the agenda at the Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys (CITMA) spring conference.

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