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Has China turned the corner on IP?


With a new trademark law on the horizon and an increasingly robust record of tackling IP infringement, WIPR asks whether China has solved its IP problems.

Do we have a problem? IP protection in outer space

01-09-2013Edmond Boullé

With increased private sector involvement in the modern space race, Edmond Boullé looks at the potential pitfalls for IP owners.

Everything to play for: WIPR's India focus


Intellectual property in India can be a fraught business, but as WIPR finds out, progress is being made.

New starts: changes in Finland

Finland01-09-2013Lauri Rechardt

With a new court and possible crowd-sourced legislative changes in Finland, there is much to occupy intellectual property professionals, as Lauri Rechardt explains.

Tax breaks: IP incentives in Cyprus

Cyprus01-09-2013Christodoulos Vassiliades.

With beneficial tax arrangements and solid European legislation, Cyprus can be an attractive place for IP owners, says Christodoulos Vassiliades.

20 years and counting: a legacy of success

Canada01-09-2013Andrew Currier

After celebrating 20 years in the business, Patrix IP Helpware prefers to let its clients do the talking. Andrew Currier, co-founding partner of the Canadian IP firm Perry+Currier Inc talks about his firm’s history and specialist areas and how Patrix and Patricia® may have aided its success.

Blurring the lines: IP in a virtual world


With the line between reality and online games becoming ever more fluid, new intellectual property challenges present themselves, as TB&I discovers.

TV streaming: can legislation ever keep pace?

UK, US01-09-2013

As the way we watch television changes, legislation that was designed for a pre-Internet world can struggle to keep up. TB&I investigates.

Welcome to the Copyright Hub


The Copyright Hub, a UK government scheme that seeks to simplify the licensing of copyright online, kicked off in July 2013. TB&I spoke to the launch group’s chair, Richard Hooper, to find out how the project will help the creative industry.

The big issues: the IP summit in Paris


The organiser of this year’s IP Summit has planned a programme that runs the gamut of IP concerns.

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