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Nordic IPR 2018 preview: an interview with Ericsson

28-03-2018IQPC

Companies that more readily adopt cooperative strategies may have access to a much wider platform for knowledge and innovation, says Peter Ericsson-Nestler of Ericsson in an interview before April’s Nordic IPR 2018.

IP Pages 2018: Message from the Kyosei president

Japan13-03-2018

Since our establishment as an IP law firm in 1970, we at Kyosei International Patent Office have been providing individuals and a variety of companies and other organisations with professional services to protect and enhance their IP rights.

IP Pages 2018: Recent developments in the Austrian IP landscape

Austria13-03-2018Peter Israiloff

Amendments to the Trademark Act, Patent Act, Utility Model Act, Semiconductor Act, Design Act and Patent Office Fee’s Act were published on August 1, 2017 (Federal Gazette I No 124/2017).

Conference preview: China Intellectual Property & Innovation Summit 2018

China28-02-2018

CIPIS 2018, from April 11 to 13 in Shanghai, will welcome more than 600 IP counsel from different industries such as telecommunications, electronics, software, pharmaceuticals, and aerospace. Conways Asia reports.

Tribal warfare and red-soled heels: 10 big issues in 2018

EU, International, US28-02-2018Fashion

From controversy surrounding a Native American tribe to debates around protecting shape trademarks, 2018 promises to be an exciting year on the IP front, as WIPR reports.

Spotify: Singing the streaming blues

UK27-02-2018

With Spotify embroiled in a potentially expensive copyright lawsuit, WIPR considers the case’s impact and whether the streaming service is actually a positive force for rights owners.

ARIPO: a hub for IP development

Africa27-02-2018

Work is underway to boost development in Africa with the help of IP, but governments need to do more, as WIPR finds out in an interview with the director general of ARIPO.

A game-changer? The Premier League’s live blocking order

UK26-02-2018Sports

A High Court order has made life more difficult for those who stream football matches online illegally, and broadcasters are thinking about new ways to sell content to reflect today’s TV watching habits. WIPR reports.

The way ahead for NAFTA

Canada, Mexico, US01-12-2017

Mexico’s IP system has benefited from the North American Free Trade Agreement, signed nearly 25 years ago, but there are concerns over the US’s future participation, as WIPR finds out.

Tokyo 2020: taking part, and winning

International, Japan29-11-2017Sports

Tokyo 2020 has already been embroiled in some embarrassing IP mishaps, but the Olympic Committee, police and customs are determined to tackle any IP infringement that might arise, as WIPR finds out.

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