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US president special: it’s Trump’s choice for the Supreme Court

US21-11-2016

Donald Trump, the shock winner in the US presidential election, must appoint a ninth justice at the Supreme Court, currently split between four Democrat and four Republican-nominated judges. WIPR looks at the possible contenders and resulting impact on IP.

BIP Asia Forum 2016: a taster

Hong Kong16-11-2016

The sixth Business of IP Asia Forum will take place on December 1 and 2 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. WIPR covers some of the most interesting sessions, including those on China’s Five-Year Plan and open innovation.

Does Brexit mean chaos for IP? Gordon Harris responds to backlash

EU, UK31-10-2016Gordon Harris

In September, Gordon Harris of Gowling WLG said publicly that Brexit means chaos for IP, prompting a backlash from WIPR readers. Here he explains his reasoning for the comments and says he does not regret using the word “chaos”.

Teaching robots copyright

Scotland, UK03-10-2016Emma Barraclough

CREATe researchers at the University of Edinburgh are considering how artificial intelligence and copyright law may co-exist in the future, and the landscape throws up several challenges, says Emma Barraclough, an industry fellow at CREATe.

Arent Fox: an IP shop for tech companies

US30-09-2016James Bindseil, Sarah Bruno, Craig Gelfound and Paul Fakler

Law firm Arent Fox has become a destination for many of the biggest brands in the technology industry, including DirecTV, Discovery, Google, Kabam, Konami, LG Electronics, Music Choice, Qualcomm, Sirius XM Radio, Sony PlayStation, and Western Digital. WIPR finds out more.

Mozambique: A new-look legal system

Mozambique29-09-2016João Cabral

Mozambique’s Industrial Property Code has had a facelift, but has it gone far enough to shore up the country’s IP system? João Cabral of Inventa International reports.

Michael Best: leveraging IPR successes

US28-09-2016Kevin Moran

The inter partes review proceedings under the America Invents Act created a new forum for challenging patents. Law firm Michael Best & Friedrich LLP tells WIPR about its IPR practice and the successes it has had so far.

L’Occitane: the perks of using specialist IP providers

International27-09-2016Ingo Dauer

Ingo Dauer of skincare and beauty products brand L’Occitane discusses the benefits of working with Brandstock from the perspective of a general counsel, in the second in a three-part series of articles profiling the IP management company.

White & Case: crossing the transatlantic divide

UK, US27-09-2016Lindsey Canning

Lindsey Canning of White & Case is dual-qualified in the US and UK and assists clients to cross the transatlantic divide on IP, as she tells WIPR.

Practice Insight: big data for IP professionals

Germany23-09-2016Thomas Haines

Practice Insight helps IP professionals to work better with the help of ‘big data’, as founder Thomas Haines tells WIPR.

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