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News analysis: Copyright Office delays in the spotlight

US12-04-2019

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.

Concerns remain over detail in EU Copyright Directive

EU10-04-2019

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

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.

Conference report: Innovation & IP Forum & Awards

EU, France28-03-2019

IP experts met in Paris to celebrate the best IP departments and the best IP advisors across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Leaders League reports.

IP Pages 2019: Message from the Kyosei president

Japan22-01-2019

Since our establishment as an IP law firm in 1970, we at Kyosei International Patent Office have been providing individuals and a variety of companies and other organisations with professional services to protect and enhance their IP rights.

IP Pages 2019: Recent developments in the Austrian IP landscape

Austria21-01-2019Peter Israiloff

An amendment to Austria’s Patent Attorneys’ Act, which involves slight adjustments to several IP acts, is under consideration. Its main focus lies on freedom to provide services of patent attorneys within the EU.

Business in ASEAN: A collective strategy for IP

Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand08-12-2018

A clear and collaborative approach to IP in the ASEAN region will benefit businesses seeking to invest there, as Robert Yap, chairman of the ASEAN Business Advisory Council, tells WIPR.

Mexico: The serious side of gaming

Mexico03-12-2018Maria Díaz

Software is one of several video game components that can be protected by IP, as Maria Díaz of Uhthoff, Gómez Vega & Uhthoff explains.

Netherlands jurisdiction report: Copyright of scale models

Netherlands22-11-2018Michiel Rijsdijk

In September, the court in The Hague ruled on the possibility of having IP rights in model trains. The IP protection offered to products in this niche market has been the subject of several court cases in the Netherlands, whereby the purpose of the scale models seems to play an important role in copyright/trademark infringement matters.

Conference review: 2018 AIPPI World Congress, Cancun

Mexico16-10-2018Olga Sirakova

Olga Sirakova, Secretary General of AIPPI, looks back on a successful 2018 World Congress in Cancun, Mexico.

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