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News analysis: Copyright Office delays in the spotlight


In the wake of Fourth Estate, copyright owners will need to be more proactive in registering their copyright before infringement occurs. WIPR examines the issues.

Star Wars: protecting and exploiting IP in Space


The rise of commercial space exploration could have profound implications for intellectual property rights, as WIPR finds out.

US: How IP became political

China, Saudi Arabia, US11-04-2019

As geopolitical priorities shift, IP is playing an increasingly important role in political disputes, as WIPR reports.

Trade relations: Sending in the big guns

China, US11-04-2019

As the US and China remain at trade loggerheads, WIPR investigates whether the Trump administration is overreaching the scope of its trade tools in its fight against Chinese bad actors.

Concerns remain over detail in EU Copyright Directive


The Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market has finally been passed but remains controversial, as Dawn Osborne of McCarthy Denning explains.

Life sciences: It pays to be wary over CRISPR

EU, US10-04-2019Claire Irvine

The CRISPR IP saga continues and serious freedom-to-operate issues remain. Claire Irvine of HGF offers advice for those entering the fray.

Made for each other: AI and IP

EU, US09-04-2019Angelica Garcia and Cris Flagg

Artificial intelligence and machine learning have gained a foothold in IP. Angelica Garcia and Cris Flagg of Express Search highlight the opportunities.

Brexit: how best to prepare

EU, UK09-04-2019Victor Caddy and Frank Reijnen

With millions of businesses across the UK and EU heading towards an uncertain post-Brexit future, one critical issue has continued to provoke widespread concern, as Victor Caddy of Wynne Jones IP and Frank Reijnen of AIPEX explain.

IP law: Brazil's law must catch up with inventions

Brazil08-04-2019Rana Gosain

Will emerging technologies urge Brazil to rethink its IP laws? Rana Gosain of Daniel Law explores the issues around patents and software-related inventions.

NAND technology: Open the gates

International08-04-2019Martin Bijman and Trevor Izsak

In the $60bn NAND tech market, patent landscape analysis can give companies the edge, as Martin Bijman and Trevor Izsak of TechInsights explain.

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