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Italy: what you need to know about the IP upgrade

Italy24-04-2022Marco Conti

The Italian Industrial Property Code was issued in 2005 and deals with all IP rights, except for copyright. Five years later, in 2010, the IPC was subject to a substantive upgrade and was provided with an Implementing Regulation.

Africa: creative sectors need copyright reform

Africa19-04-2022Stephen Hollis

Last year, 2021, was declared by the United Nations as the International Year of the Creative Economy for Sustainable Development, in recognition of the potential that creative and copyright industries hold to become key drivers of economic growth in developing countries.

In winning shape: Ed Sheeran’s copyright dispute

UK08-04-2022Mark Kramer, Georgia Carr and Mark Nichols

The musician’s notable win in the ‘Shape of You’ case underscores that legal disputes over pop songs can’t derive from coincidental similarities, say Mark Kramer, Mark Nichols, Georgia Carr of Potter Clarkson.

Russia’s IP appropriation adds to impact of sanctions

EU, Russia28-03-2022Alina Popescu and Flavia Ștefura

The removal of rights from ‘unfriendly countries’ will cause an exodus of know-how too, explain Alina Popescu and Flavia Ștefura of MPR Partners.

New masters: painter’s win clarifies ‘pastiche’

Germany23-03-2022Christiane Stuetzle

By applying the copyright exception to an ‘analogue’ work, a German court reflected our digital reality, says Christiane Stuetzle of Morrison & Foerster.

A stitch in time: Untangling H&M v Unicolors

17-03-2022Muireann Bolger

The ruling may excuse unwitting copyright registration errors but lawyers are divided over its future impact, finds Muireann Bolger.

Hermès’ MetaBirkin NFT dispute and the future of metaverse IP

International17-02-2022Joseph Barber

The luxury brand’s lawsuit over non-fungible tokens heralds important questions for brand owners and artists over their IP rights in the metaverse, Joseph Barber of Howard & Howard Attorneys explains.

Career Series: Dinusha Mendis, Bournemouth University

UK26-01-2022Muireann Bolger

The IP professor tells WIPR about how she made the journey from a childhood in Sri Lanka to becoming a copyright expert in the UK.

Venue fail: court ignores coder’s expert evidence

UK18-01-2022Myra Sae-Heng

A dispute over a software developer’s copyright showed the importance of understanding the IP Enterprise Court’s rules, explains Myra Sae-Heng of EIP.

Climate change: is open sharing green tech part of the solution?

International17-01-2022Cerys Wyn Davies and Gill Dennis

The benefits of sharing IP around planet-saving technology might be two-fold, explain Cerys Wyn Davies and Gill Dennis of Pinsent Masons.

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