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Machines, artificial intelligence and IP departments

International10-10-2017Volker Spitz

While artificial intelligence is unlikely to replace IP departments overnight, it may have an increasingly influential role in the medium and long term, as Volker Spitz of Brandstock finds out.

ASEAN: towards greater harmony

Philippines06-10-2017Rowanie Nakan

The Philippines plays an active role in helping to improve harmonisation and cooperation efforts in the area of IP, as Rowanie Nakan of Cruz Marcelo & Tenefrancia reports.

ASEAN: a golden birthday

Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar03-10-2017

With the ASEAN region celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, WIPR assesses how far its IP systems have come and what the future holds.

A milestone year for IP in Turkey

Turkey31-08-2017Cahit Suluk

In one of the country’s most important years for IP owners, Turkey has introduced a host of IP changes, as Cahit Suluk of Cahit Suluk Intellectual Property Law Firm explains.

Brexit: changes ahead for exhaustion of rights

EU, UK04-08-2017Kate O’Rourke and Olivia Gray

If the UK leaves the EU without joining the European Economic Area, the principle of trademark rights exhaustion—as imposed by EU treaties and case law—would cease to apply in the UK, requiring the UK to adopt a new model. Kate O’Rourke of the Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys and Olivia Gray of Charles Russell Speechlys report.

The new US administration: still more questions than answers

International, US18-06-2017Travis Johnson

Companies concerned with IP protection and enforcement are wondering what President Donald Trump’s administration will mean for them, says Travis Johnson of the International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition.

Risky business: the challenge of patent contingency claims

International12-06-2017Paul J Sutton

While some lawyers may want to avoid taking on patent cases involving contingency claims, others will fancy the adrenalin rush associated with recovering huge monetary rewards. Paul J Sutton of Sutton Magidoff has more.

Dealing with John Doe Orders in India

India09-06-2017Amruta Mahuli, Abhijeet Deshmukh and Abhishek Pandurangi

In an effort to reduce piracy, the media and film industries are increasingly seeking John Doe orders against internet service providers, illegal unlicensed distributors and cable operators, say Amruta Mahuli, Abhijeet Deshmukh and Abhishek Pandurangi of Khurana and Khurana.

Video interview: Osborne Clarke on the Digital Single Market

UK01-06-2017

"The big challenge for IP owners is going to remain as it was before—the question of how to enforce your IP rights in the online environment," says Rob Guthrie, partner at Osborne Clarke.

Event review: LESI Annual Conference 2017

France, International31-05-2017

Artificial intelligence and big data were two of the hot topics at the Licensing Executives Society International Annual Conference 2017, as Jan Dohnal reports.

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