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LSPN North America: a chance to delve into CRISPR


CRISPR is likely to be among the hot topics at the LSPN North America conference in Boston, as WIPR finds out.

ARIPO: a hub for IP development


Work is underway to boost development in Africa with the help of IP, but governments need to do more, as WIPR finds out in an interview with the director general of ARIPO.

Drew Hirshfeld: boosting quality and quantity at the USPTO


Despite concerns over patent quality and with at least one rising backlog, there are positives for the USPTO to focus on, as commissioner for patents Drew Hirshfeld tells WIPR.

TiVo: License first, litigate later


With nine of the top ten pay-to-watch TV companies on its licensee list, TiVo is a big player in the licensing of patents in the lucrative entertainment industry. WIPR speaks to chief IP officer Arvin Patel about the company’s approach to IP and R&D.

Tech transfer: Making money out of the cutting edge

UK, US23-02-2018

Technology transfer plays a vital role in getting the latest university-developed inventions to market, but is the system as efficient as it could be? WIPR looks into different perspectives on the evolution of technology transfer in the UK and US and its future.

USPTO boss Andrei Iancu: in-tray on day one


Subject matter eligibility, the future of the IPR and fee diversion are among the problems that new USPTO boss Andrei Iancu will need to address in his role, as WIPR reports.

Improving patent procedures globally: how the European patent system could break the deadlock

EPO, EU22-02-2018Martin Chatel

The system for validating patents can be used by European applicants to streamline filing processes globally and generate efficiency gains in other areas, as Martin Chatel of Dennemeyer & Associates reports.

US jurisdiction report: Powwows for patent owners

US19-02-2018Paul J Sutton

It has been years since indigenous tribes located in North America, commonly referred to as Native Americans, have been participants in a war involving the US government. However, a new and very different type of intellectual property-related war is currently brewing and it involves, of all things, US patents that have been granted.

Italy jurisdiction report: Patent rights for self-employed workers

Italy15-02-2018Davide Aldo Falzoni

In 2017, the Italian legislator approved the so-called ‘Jobs Act for Self-Employed Workers’, to shed some light on the ownership of patent rights when an R&D activity is outsourced.

Germany jurisdiction report: The difference between repair and remake

Germany15-02-2018Jens Künzel

The rules on exhaustion of patent rights allow a patented product which has been brought onto the market with the consent of the patent owner to be used by the buyer.

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