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Practical tips on working in a COVID-19 world

Brazil, EU, EU - PATENTS, EU - TRADEMARKS, Mexico, United Kingdom, United States30-04-2020Erick Palmer, Kristine Young, and Luiz Miranda

The global pandemic has forced IP offices to implement new measures and lawyers to change their practices, explain Erick Palmer, Kristine Young, and Luiz Miranda of Mayer Brown.

Poland jurisdiction report: Poland welcomes new IP rules

Poland29-04-2020Aleksandra Solyga-Zurek

There have been numerous changes relating to IP regulations in Poland. One of the most significant is the establishment of specialised IP courts.

Netherlands jurisdiction report: Copyright faceoff for facades

Netherlands29-04-2020Michiel Rijsdijk and Marlies Wiegerinck

On February 4, 2020, the District Court of Gelderland issued an interim order on copyright infringement of the facade of a recreational home.

World IP Day: how IP can go green

International25-04-2020David Knight and Heidi Hurdle

The COVID-19 pandemic may have halted World IP Day’s physical celebrations, but the day to celebrate innovation is still on the minds of IP professionals across the world. David Knight and Heidi Hurdle of Fieldfisher report on how IP rights and systems can support and promote this year’s theme: the development of a green future.

Dynamic injunctions in the digital environment

Mexico24-04-2020Jaime Rodriguez and Abraham Díaz

Jaime Rodriguez and Abraham Díaz of Olivares explain how so-called ‘dynamic’ injunctions have been implemented in Mexico to counter IP infringement in the digital world.

Collaboration and compromise: the amended Swiss Copyright Act

Switzerland06-04-2020Peter Ling

Peter Ling of Lenz & Staehelin outlines the major changes to Swiss copyright law that came into effect in early April.

Brompton: a clash of patents and copyright

EU03-03-2020Jens Matthes and Maximilian Kiemle

Jens Matthes and Maximilian Kiemle of Allen & Overy report on an EU advocate general’s opinion in Brompton, a case that touches on the intersection of patents and copyrights.

WIPR Leaders 2020: Canada practice update

Canada03-02-2020Janice Bereskin and Catherine Lovrics

Janice Bereskin and Catherine Lovrics of Bereskin & Parr outline the recent significant changes to Canadian IP laws.

Career series: Sanjana Sharma, UL (Underwriters Laboratories)

International31-01-2020Sanjana Sharma

Sanjana Sharma, associate general counsel for IP and knowledge management at UL, recalls her early interest in being a brand attorney and describes the rewards of working in a collaborative environment.

Orphan works: Classifying the unknown

Mexico29-11-2019Marina Espitia Dager

The lack of an ‘orphan work’ principle in Mexico’s copyright law is diluting the IP rights of the country’s unknown, lost or hidden authors, Marina Espitia Dager of Uhthoff, Gómez Vega & Uhthoff argues.

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