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Bring on the battles

Brazil26-09-2018Ricardo Nunes

The relatively low standards for obtaining preliminary injunctions make Brazil a favourable jurisdiction to enforce patent rights in global litigation, argues Ricardo Nunes of Daniel Legal & IP Strategy.

Overcoming patent rejection

US24-09-2018MaryAnne Armstrong and Hailey Bureau

The USPTO’s interpretations of four Federal Circuit decisions can be summarised into three key points that help with overcoming rejections under 35 USC §101, as MaryAnne Armstrong and Hailey Bureau of Birch, Stewart, Kolasch & Birch explain.

Maintaining good industrial relations

Russia21-09-2018Sergey Vasiliev

Russian companies should follow a number of steps to ensure they and their employees are clear on who owns the IP rights to inventions created at work, as Sergey Vasiliev of Gorodissky & Partners reports.

Conference preview: 2018 AIPLA Annual Meeting


Senior judges are among the speakers at the 2018 AIPLA Annual Meeting in Washington, DC, from October 25 to 27, as WIPR finds out.

Transforming patent information into insight

20-09-2018James Cooper and Caitlin Kavanagh

PatBase Analytics V2 offers a range of features to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of evaluating patents within a landscape search, as James Cooper and Caitlin Kavanagh of Minesoft explain.

Getting your IP rights faster

EU20-09-2018Alexey Nosov and Victor Lisovenko

Streamlined procedures at the IP offices in Russia and Eurasia can greatly reduce patent examination times, say Alexey Nosov and Victor Lisovenko of Patentica.

FTO searching in front-end patent intelligence

19-09-2018Andrea Walsh and Cris Flagg

In this second article of a three-part series, Andrea Walsh and Cris Flagg of Express Search focus on the value of preliminary freedom-to-operate research throughout the product development cycle.

Conference preview: IP World 2018


Legal IQ is hosting the IP World conference from October 8 to 10 in Amsterdam, where attendees will discuss the changing global IP landscape, as WIPR finds out.

Changes shine a light on PTAB practice

US14-09-2018Jennifer Kurcz

The US Supreme Court’s landmark SAS ruling drove dramatic changes in PTAB practice, says Jennifer Kurcz of BakerHostetler, who examines the trends in this area.

Russia jurisdiction report: The rules on patent opposition

Russia14-09-2018Erik Goussev

In Russia, third parties may dispute the validity of a granted patent by filing an opposition with the Patent Disputes Chamber, a department of the Federal Service for Intellectual Property (Rospatent), located in Moscow. The opposition period is not limited, meaning that an opposition can be filed any time after a patent is granted.

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