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Awe and anxiety: what artificial intelligence means for IP


With some predicting that artificial intelligence (AI) will allow a patent to be filed and granted without human intervention within the next 25 years, WIPR assesses the potential impact of AI on the IP landscape.

Avoiding time-wasting at the UDRP

US04-05-2016Steve Levy

To get the best results from the UDRP, don’t underestimate the need to follow the process properly, says Steve Levy of FairWinds Partners.

A bleak future for Alice in Europe

EU28-04-2016Daniel Hoppe

The US Supreme Court’s Alice decision on patents covering computer-related inventions has not had an impact in Europe yet, and may never do, says Daniel Hoppe of Harte-Bavendamm.

Man in the middle: assessing the job for ICANN’s new chief

International27-04-2016Greg Shatan

Göran Marby has been chosen to succeed Fadi Chehadé as the new chief executive of ICANN. Greg Shatan, president of ICANN’s IP Constituency, tells us what Marby can expect.

EU trademark reforms in a nutshell

EU22-04-2016Joel Smith

With lawyers having to contend with a host of EU trademark reforms, some of which take effect at different times, Joel Smith of Herbert Smith Freehills suggests a strategy for both the short and long term.

Composite EU trademarks: protection of non-distinctive elements

EU14-04-2016Stefan Abel

Europe’s highest courts often assess likelihood of trademark confusion such that ineligible terms forming part of a composite mark are protected against identical or similar terms, but is this approach changing? Stefan Abel of Klaka Rechtsanwälte reports.

Dealing with cybersquatting: the wisdom of thinking ahead

International, US13-04-2016David Weslow and Ari Meltzer

As the ways to misuse domain names continue to evolve, trademark owners should consider modernising their anti-cybersquatting practices to adapt to these changes, say David Weslow and Ari Meltzer of Wiley Rein.

Copyright and hyperlinking: confusion reigns in the EU


The Court of Justice of the European Union is set to rule on another case concerning copyright infringement and hyperlinking, and lawyers hope it can clear up the current confusion. TBO reports.

All together now: ‘block’

International, US06-04-2016Marc Rachman and Michael Silver

Retail trade associations haven’t yet followed their media brethren into the website blocking game to fight counterfeiters. Marc Rachman and Michael Silver of Davis & Gilbert discuss the reasons.

Protecting 3D shapes in Germany: the swinging pendulum

EU, Germany01-04-2016Henning Hartwig

The most recent case law from German courts seems to suggest a more friendly approach to protecting 3D shapes with trademarks, as Henning Hartwig of Bardehle Pagenberg reports.

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