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Taylor Swift’s copyright battle: Inspiration or infringement?

07-01-2022Edward Weisz and Keren Goldberger

Singer Taylor Swift’s inability to shake off an infringement suit over her chart-topping anthem reflects the complex copyright issues facing musicians, say Edward Weisz and Keren Goldberger of Cozen O’Connor.

IP and videogames: trends to watch in 2022

07-01-2022Alex Baldwin

As the videogame industry has emerged as the most-profitable entertainment medium, it is now more important than ever for IP professionals to be clued into the zeitgeist.

US Copyright Claims Board: what you need to know

04-01-2022Jason Bloom and Michael Lambert

The US Copyright Office has revealed more about how the new streamlined board will operate. Jason Bloom and Michael Lambert of Haynes Boone outline the details.

Developing an effective Africa IP plan

Africa09-12-2021Mariëtte du Plessis, Simon Brown, Nicky Garnett and Nthabiseng Phaswana

The continent’s patchwork of IP systems can seem like the Wild West, but Africa has plenty of protection if you know where to look, explains Mariëtte du Plessis, Simon Brown, Nicky Garnett, and Nthabiseng Phaswana of Adams & Adams.

Sponsored content: Mercado Libre partners with brands against counterfeits and piracy in Latin America

30-11-2021Jacobo Cohen Imach

Latin America’s leading e-commerce technology company has launched a new partnership with brands to help create a counterfeit and piracy-free digital environment, explains Jacobo Cohen Imach of Mercado Libre.

Q&A: María José Sánchez Rey

International24-11-2021Muireann Bolger

María José Sánchez Rey of the Colombian Coffee Growers Federation tells WIPR about how her dream job combines her love of IP, coffee and working for a higher purpose.

Copyright and NFTs: new wine in old bottles?

EU24-11-2021Dinusha Mendis

For ‘nyfties’ to cement their phenomenal early success they will require regulation, but this could face strong opposition, says Dinusha Mendis of Bournemouth University.

US: To patent, or not to patent?

12-11-2021Paul J Sutton

The title of this article, intentionally borrows from the opening phrase given by Prince Hamlet in William Shakespeare’s play “Hamlet”: “To be, or not to be”.

Sponsored content: Mercado Libre presents its second Transparency Report


The purpose of the report is to inform about Mercado Libre's efforts to guarantee the security of its digital services. In this second report, we extended the scope of the information shared and included additional data provided to the authorities in compliance with their requests for information.

The rise of amapiano and its appropriation

South Africa28-09-2021Inês Sequeira

A music genre that grew out of South Africa is drawing interest from Western artists, but a backlash by its originators could lead to copyright claims, explains Inês Sequeira of Inventa International.

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