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Copyright law: the reality

India01-02-2011Rahul Chaudhry

Reality TV has been the televisual success story of the last decade. But with new formats come new challenges for copyright practitioners. Rahul Chaudhry explains.

No such thing as a typical case

01-02-2011

What is a typical day in the life of a corporate investigator specialising in IP? There’s no such thing, says Graham Robinson.

Abstracts and the Internet

Germany01-02-2011Jens Künzel

It is a fact of life that sometimes one does not have as much time as one would like to do all kinds of things.

Dinner for two?

Norway01-02-2011Kristine S. Snyder

The popularity and globalisation of reality television programmes has increased the value of television formats. However, such formats or concepts regularly are not protected by copyright law.

Mediation for IP cases

Philippines01-02-2011Ma. Consuelo C. Agno

The Intellectual Property Office (IPO) of the Philippines has formally joined the courts and other pertinent agencies in the government in using alternative dispute resolution (ADR) to resolve disputes.

Successful reinstatement of priority date

Taiwan01-02-2011Candy K.Y. Chen and Crystal J. Chen

Saturday is usually a non-working day for government agencies in Taiwan. Exceptions occur when the government adjusts working days in observance of national holidays.

Domain name regulation

Turkey01-02-2011Isik Ozdogan and Ezgi Baklaci

There has been a significant recent development to Turkey’s Internet and domain name legislation.

Social-networking sites: opportunities and challenges for brand owners

01-01-2011Katy Cullen and Amanda Mallon

The popularity of social-networking sites is growing exponentially, with Facebook now boasting around 600 million members and more than 200 million users on Twitter. Katy Cullen and Amanda Mallon look at the implications for brands.

Will IP lead the UK out of recession in 2011?

UK01-01-2011Alasdair Poore

The UK government is looking to innovation and the knowledge-based economy to lead the country out of recession—pinning its hopes on a reinvigorated intellectual property system. Alasdair Poore explains.

21st century IP management — docketing 2020

01-01-2011Domenic Leo and Suzie Kiefer

Intellectual property portfolio management has undergone tremendous change over the last few decades. Domenic Leo and Suzie Kiefer chart the key developments.

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