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A decade of unity: working together to boost ASEAN IP

Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam21-09-2016

The ASEAN countries are at the beginning of a decade-long strategic plan to boost IP in the region, says Chew Phye Keat, president of the ASEAN IPA, who talks to WIPR.

Brazil focus: Drawing a crowd

Brazil21-09-2016José Carlos Vaz e Dias

A new regulation in Brazil that governs crowdfunding of technology projects is likely to be in force by the end of the year. José Carlos Vaz e Dias of Vaz e Dias Advogados & Associados examines the draft regulation and its potential IP implications.

Brazil focus: Civil Procedure Code given a facelift

Brazil20-09-2016Rafael Lacaz Amaral and Rafael Salomão Romano Aguillar

The changes to Brazil’s Civil Procedure Code are welcome although it may take some years for them to be put into practice, say Rafael Lacaz Amaral and Rafael Salomão Romano Aguillar of Kasznar Leonardos Intellectual Property.

IP Week @ SG 2016: No business strategy without IP

Singapore19-09-2016Mark Blaxill

IP is crucial to business strategy, particularly where investment is concerned, says Mark Blaxill, executive director of XLP Capital, following IP Week @ SG, hosted by the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore from August 22 to 24.

WebTMS: to infinity and beyond

UK19-09-2016Rita O’Kyere and Nick March

This autumn will see the launch of the latest version of WebTMS—WebTMS Infinity—a trademark and related IP portfolio management software suite for law firms and corporations. WIPR spoke to Rita O’Kyere and Nick March of the company to find out more about the software.

In the red: a costly position for ISPs post-Cartier?


Following a court ruling in favour of Richemont, trademark owners in the UK will be happy that they can ask for ISPs to block access to websites selling trademark-infringing goods. However, there is likely to be further wrangling over certain issues—including costs, as WIPR reports.

Chilling effect: the slow death of copyright fair use?


The US Supreme Court has been asked to review the so-called dancing baby lawsuit on fair use of copyright online. As the latest ruling is seemingly bad for internet users, WIPR assesses the implications and whether the dispute will reach the highest court.

Global Patent Congress: a meeting of IP leaders

Brussels25-08-2016Francesca Lehning

Ahead of the Global Patent Congress 2016, which is taking place in Brussels from September 26 to 28, Francesca Lehning, marketing manager at the congress, previews the event.

In the Spotlight: Creating big value from big data


New technologies enabling predictive analysis of big data provide IP professionals with a platform for better decision-making and vastly improved efficiencies. Tyron Stading, president and founder of Innography, a CPA Global company, spoke to WIPR.

The SCOTUS Kirtsaeng decision: where do we go from here?

US, US - Washington DC29-07-2016Jordan Feirman

The impact that the US Supreme Court’s Kirtsaeng ruling will have on attorneys’ fees determinations in copyright cases is far from clear, but some reasonable predictions can be made, argues Jordan Feirman of Skadden.

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