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Copyright and Brexit: what lies ahead

UK20-12-2016Guy Wilmot

Brexit’s impact on copyright law may take several different shapes, and is likely to depend on the type of deal the UK government strikes with the EU, says Guy Wilmot of Russell-Cooke.

AA Thornton: the best of both worlds

Germany, UK24-11-2016Geoff Hussey

At IP law firm AA Thornton, patent and trademark attorneys work closely alongside lawyers to provide clients with the best of both worlds, as WIPR found out.

From the TPP to oppositions: major changes for IP

Mexico24-11-2016

A number of major IP-related developments are affecting Mexico, from the Trans-Pacific Partnership to the trademark opposition system. WIPR assesses what these changes mean for rights owners.

IP Summit 2016: what to expect

Brussels23-11-2016

The IP Summit 2016 will be hosted by strategic consultancy and conference provider Premier Cercle at the World Customs Organization in Brussels on December 1 and 2. WIPR previews the main talking points, from Brexit to 3D printing.

IP office interview: Protecting ‘Swissness’

Switzerland23-11-2016

The Swiss Federal Institute of Intellectual Property is due to enact a number of important legislative changes in 2017 and is committed to fighting counterfeit goods. WIPR spoke to its director general Catherine Chammartin about life at the office.

An overhaul of IP rights

EU22-11-2016

In 2016 the European Council approved a new trade secrets directive, while the European Commission made a number of proposals to modernise copyright law, as WIPR reports.

US president special: it’s Trump’s choice for the Supreme Court

US21-11-2016

Donald Trump, the shock winner in the US presidential election, must appoint a ninth justice at the Supreme Court, currently split between four Democrat and four Republican-nominated judges. WIPR looks at the possible contenders and resulting impact on IP.

BIP Asia Forum 2016: a taster

Hong Kong16-11-2016

The sixth Business of IP Asia Forum will take place on December 1 and 2 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. WIPR covers some of the most interesting sessions, including those on China’s Five-Year Plan and open innovation.

Does Brexit mean chaos for IP? Gordon Harris responds to backlash

EU, UK31-10-2016Gordon Harris

In September, Gordon Harris of Gowling WLG said publicly that Brexit means chaos for IP, prompting a backlash from WIPR readers. Here he explains his reasoning for the comments and says he does not regret using the word “chaos”.

Teaching robots copyright

Scotland, UK03-10-2016Emma Barraclough

CREATe researchers at the University of Edinburgh are considering how artificial intelligence and copyright law may co-exist in the future, and the landscape throws up several challenges, says Emma Barraclough, an industry fellow at CREATe.

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