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Augmented and virtual reality: A fuzzy picture for VR

International07-08-2019Saman Javed

With its potential unrealised and little case law to go on, you might think augmented and virtual reality had few concerns with IP. Not so, as Saman Javed of WIPR finds.

The balance between creative freedom and protecting copyright

10-07-2019Tracy Lacey-Smith

After a series of successful actions in the music industry, the fear of accusations of copyright infringement among musicians is leading to a ‘copyright claim culture’, as Tracy Lacey-Smith of SA Law describes.

INTA: Brands for a better society

International12-06-2019David Lossignol

Brands are increasingly conscious that their responsibilities extend far beyond their shareholders. INTA President David Lossignol explains how brands can shape the world for the better, and the role the association is playing in that struggle.

CIPA: IP in a post-Brexit world

EU12-06-2019

The resistance of the European patent system to the effects of Brexit is good news for the UK, although the situation for trademarks is different, says Neil Lampert, deputy chief executive of the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys.

Open season on open source?

International12-06-2019Daniel Tarr

There are several IP considerations to bear in mind when using, integrating and contributing to open source software, says Daniel Tarr of Duane Morris.

ECTA: The implications of AI for IP

International07-06-2019Max Oker-Blom

Artificial intelligence is a hot topic, but are existing legal frameworks for IP rights capable of dealing with it, asks Max Oker-Blom of the European Communities Trademark Association.

WIPR Annual 2019 Business Brief: Greece

Greece03-06-2019

According to Law 1733/1987, patentable inventions must be new, involve an inventive step and be susceptible to industrial application. They may concern a product, a process or an industrial application. An invention is considered as involving an inventive step if, with regard to the state of the art, it is not obvious to the skilled person; it will be considered as susceptible to industrial application if the subject matter can be made or used in any field of industry.

WIPR Annual 2019 Business Brief: United Kingdom

03-06-2019Alison Simpson

National applications are filed at the UK Intellectual Property Office. European patents filed at the European Patent Office can be validated in the UK. The UK and the EPO are members of the Patent Cooperation Treaty, which allows applicants seeking patent protection internationally to consolidate their applications in one initial filing.

Brand protection: Defining return on investment

International30-05-2019Jan Maarten Laurijssen

Brand protection is now so sophisticated that trademark owners can measure its value to the business, says Jan Maarten Laurijssen of Pointer Brand Protection.

Winning preliminary injunctions

China28-05-2019Deqiang Zhu

Proving urgency and irreparable harm when trying to achieve injunctions in China is not easy, but there are examples that show how it can be done, says Deqiang Zhu of CCPIT Patent and Trademark Law Office.

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