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3D printing: on solid ground

International12-10-2015Gareth Stokes and Daniel Cowley

In the same way that piracy and infringement defined the early days of digital media, there are signs that those same legal issues will have to be addressed by the 3D printing industry, say Gareth Stokes and Daniel Cowley of DLA Piper.

AIPPI 2015: The organiser looks ahead to the meeting


What will be discussed at the AIPPI World Congress from October 10 to 14 and what can guests look forward to in Rio? WIPR spoke to Luiz Henrique Amaral, chair of the organising committee for AIPPI 2015, to find out more.

Uphill struggle: ABAPI’s new president on his ‘huge challenge’

Brazil09-10-2015Ricardo Pinho

Ricardo Pinho, who has been appointed president of the Brazilian Association of Industrial Property Agents for the next two years, has many challenges to overcome including the lack of regulation for IP agents, as he explains.

Singapore: a future Asian hub


The IP office in Singapore has the goal of becoming an Asia-wide centre for IP, and has three broad aims to help it achieve this. WIPR reports.

How to fight infringement in a 3D world

International01-10-2015Vann Pearce and Chris Higgins

How can IP owners monitor and prevent the unauthorised copying of patented, copyrighted, and trademarked goods via 3D printing? Vann Pearce and Chris Higgins of Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe investigate.

ASEAN special report: Tackling piracy head on

Indonesia30-09-2015Daru Lukiantono and Wiku Anindito

A promising joint initiative from two government departments is aimed at combating online copyright infringement in Indonesia. Daru Lukiantono and Wiku Anindito of Hadiputranto, Hadinoto & Partners explain more.

India focus: Untangling the tax laws

India30-09-2015Mahua Roy Chowdhury

Conclusive interpretations of laws on taxation of IP are still emerging in India, and there have been several conflicting judgments as a result of opposing views adopted by various state laws. Mahua Roy Chowdhury of Solomon & Roy reports.

Five things we learned this week: Olympics logo, Richemont ‘fakes’ and more

Japan, US04-09-20155 things

This week we reported on another IP dispute centring on the Olympics, Richemont’s battle against ‘counterfeits’ and a Fox v hamster row.

Five things we learned this week: Apple v Samsung, 'obscure' town and more


The latest twist in the Apple v Samsung dispute and changes to the trial procedure at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board were two of the main talking points this week. WIPR discusses five things we learned.

IP Week @ SG 2015 preview: ZTE discusses SEPs


The CJEU’s recent decision in Huawei v ZTE will help to clarify the role SEPs play in the makeup of a patent portfolio, says Tong Xin of ZTE ahead of the IP Week @ SG initiative in Singapore.

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