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Preventive measures: getting in early in the fight against counterfeiting

01-05-2012Andy Churley

The internet has never experienced such a sophisticated and globally-integrated technological crime network as the one it faces today. Online criminals have new tools at their disposal and are more adaptable than ever.

ISPs and online piracy

01-05-2012Bartłomiej Kochlewski and Maria Jurek

It sometimes seems as if copyright holders are fighting an impossible war against online piracy, and recent court judgments may not make things any easier, say Bartłomiej Kochlewski and Maria Jurek.

CJEU rules in Football Dataco case


Database copyright protection does not extend to English and Scottish football fixture lists if they are produced in conditions that leave no room for their authors’ creative freedom, the CJEU has ruled.

Taking a stand: tackling online infringement


IP infringement on the Internet continues to worry IP owners and professionals. WIPR takes a look at online advertising and how it can be targeted to help prevent infringement.

Big is beautiful: how Adams & Adams is taking on the world

South Africa01-04-2012

With the takeover of Bowman Gilfillan’s IP practice on March 1, South African firm Adams & Adams became the largest intellectual property outfit in Africa. WIPR goes behind the scenes.

What is public? The case for a "rich common"

US01-04-2012Lewis Hyde

Alongside the UK publication of his provocative book, Common as Air, Lewis Hyde takes a look at Golan v Holder, a copyright case recently decided by the US Supreme Court.

Not closed for renovation: Australian IP reform


Intellectual property reform is a hot issue in the new decade. WIPR talks to IP Australia director general Philip Noonan about renovating an entire IP system.

Aiming high: Raising the Bar in Australia


Australia is becoming more important as an intellectual property jurisdiction. WIPR takes a look at the latest developments.

Harnessing IP to develop the Mexican playing field

Mexico01-04-2012José Ramón Trigueros and Sadara Montenegro González

Sports law is a relatively new and rarely explored topic in Mexican law, as José Ramón Trigueros and Sadara Montenegro González report.

Towards greater harmonisation - the view from Southeast Asia

01-02-2012Darani Vachanavuttivong and Alan Adcock

The next three years will be vital for the development of intellectual property policy in the ASEAN region. Darani Vachanavuttivong and Alan Adcock explain.

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