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The new normal? NPE issues in China

China14-08-2019Guanyang Yao

Non-practising entities are a relatively new phenomenon in China, but are likely to make headway in the next few years, says Guanyang Yao of Liu, Shen and Associates.

Injunctions: Paradigm shift for India’s innovators

India13-08-2019Ranjan Narula and Suvarna Pandey

A Delhi court decision has changed the way rights owners should request for preliminary injunction in a patent infringement case, say Ranjan Narula and Suvarna Pandey of RNA.

Italy jurisdiction report: Trade secrets meet reverse engineering

Italy09-08-2019Marco Conti

In May 2018 Italy implemented, through law N. 63/2018, the Directive EU 2016/943 of the European Council about trade secret protection.

Taiwan jurisdiction report: Commercial success finally proves sweet

Taiwan08-08-2019Tony Tung-Yang Chang

For years patent practitioners in Taiwan had been looking forward to an IP court decision affirming a patent’s inventive step on the ground of commercial success or any other objective indicia categorised as “auxiliary considerations”. In February they received a heartening response from the IP Court in Wan-Sheng Trade Corp v IP Office, 107 Shing-Zhuan-Su 75, Taiwan IP Court.

US jurisdiction report: Qualcomm’s new antitrust nightmare

08-08-2019Paul Sutton

One would think that the management of Qualcomm celebrated its victory over Apple when, on the first day of the trial in their bitter fight, Apple capitulated and gave up.

Patent claims: A means to an end?

China07-08-2019Xiaojun Guo

China’s aversion to the means-plus-function feature narrows readings of patent claims, explains Xiaojun Guo of CCPIT Patent and Trademark Law Office.

Augmented and virtual reality: A fuzzy picture for VR

International07-08-2019Saman Javed

With its potential unrealised and little case law to go on, you might think augmented and virtual reality had few concerns with IP. Not so, as Saman Javed of WIPR finds.

AI and ethics: Controlling the AI beast

International07-08-2019Sarah Morgan

Discussions around AI often turn to whether AI-controlled robots will eventually become our overlords. The doomsayers are not serious, are they? Sarah Morgan of WIPR investigates.

IP in France: help for SMEs


WIPR spoke to Pascal Faure, CEO of the French IP office, about its work helping SMEs with their IP strategy.

SEP licensing: know your rights

EU17-07-2019Brian Scarpelli

Making the case for SEP-FRAND guidelines drawn up by his organisation, Brian Scarpelli of ACT | The App Association argues that IoT pioneers need a clear set of rules to follow.

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