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Global IP Exchange Europe: IP leaders’ investment priorities revealed

EU13-02-2020IQPC Exchange

Ahead of the Global IP Exchange Europe on March 9-11 in Berlin, the event’s organisers surveyed senior executives to find out their IP, patent, trademark, and brand protection investment priorities for the next 6-12 months.

Korea: changes to the rules for the online transmission of software

Korea11-02-2020Raymis Kim and Dong Yang

Raymis Kim and Dong Yang of Kim & Chang report on the latest updates to the Korean Patent Act and how the online transmission of software may now infringe software patents in Korea.

SkyKick ruling reveals a need for linguistic clarity

EU10-02-2020Charlotte Duly

The Court of Justice of the European Union’s (CJEU) judgment in Sky v Skykick follows a referral from the High Court of Justice of England and Wales which was regarded as one of the most important EU trademark referrals in recent years, writes Charlotte Duly, head of brand protection at Charles Russell Speechlys.

WIPR Leaders 2020: Sweden practice update

EU, Sweden06-02-2020Petter Rindforth

The Swedish Patent and Market Court of Appeal has clarified differences between acceptable repackaging of drugs versus trademark infringement, says Petter Rindforth of Fenix Legal.

WIPR Leaders 2020: Canada practice update

Canada03-02-2020Janice Bereskin and Catherine Lovrics

Janice Bereskin and Catherine Lovrics of Bereskin & Parr outline the recent significant changes to Canadian IP laws.

WIPR Leaders 2020: A new approach

Canada03-02-2020Gordon Harris and Robert MacDonald

WIPR met the co-heads of IP at Gowling WLG providing the right advice, at the right time, in the right places.

IP Pages 2020: Patent licence agreement topics

03-02-2020Paul J. Sutton

When considering whether to pursue patent protection for an invention, an inventor will often dream of the benefits afforded by patent protection. This may include the possibility of licensing the patent and its underlying invention to one or more parties committed to commercialising products incorporating the subject invention.

What’s in the USPTO’s 2019 Subject Matter Eligibility Guidance update?

24-12-2019Ryan N Phelan

Ryan N Phelan of Marshall Gerstein Borun offers a helpful guide to the US Patent and Trademark Office’s updated guidance on subject matter eligibility.

Femtech: flying the flag for women’s health and innovators

International02-12-2019Anna Jackson

As well as targeting treatments for women’s health, femtech will be part of the movement towards personalised medicine for everyone, says Anna Jackson of Kirkland & Ellis.

Comparing eligibility in the US and Japan

Japan29-11-2019James L Korenchann, Michael D Anderson and Yukio Oishi

Business method and software claim patents are often seen unfavourably in the US, but it’s a different story in Japan. James Korenchan and Michael Anderson of McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff and Yukio Oishi of TMI Associates outline the importance of understanding where the Japanese Patent Office stands on subject matter eligibility.

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