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Malaysia jurisdiction report: Hybrid IP protection

Malaysia09-04-2018Hawa Diyana Saim

Patents and trade secrets seem like opposite sides of a scale. Trade secrets derive their legal protection from their inherently secretive nature, whereas patents can be protected only through disclosure of the invention—the specification in a patent application must describe the invention in a manner that would enable one with ordinary skill in the art to make and use the invention without an undue amount of experimentation.

Japan jurisdiction report: Policies for better service

Japan09-04-2018Ryo Maruyama

Since Naoko Munakata assumed the position as commissioner of the Japan Patent Office (JPO), on July 5, 2017, the JPO’s IP policies have been smoothly and dramatically improved, driven by Munakata’s intelligence and the practical knowledge that she obtained while working for Prime Minister Shinzō Abe.

Nordic IPR 2018 preview: an interview with Ericsson

28-03-2018IQPC

Companies that more readily adopt cooperative strategies may have access to a much wider platform for knowledge and innovation, says Peter Ericsson-Nestler of Ericsson in an interview before April’s Nordic IPR 2018.

Brexit and IP: the lobbying continues

EU, UK27-03-2018

While the draft agreement on the UK’s withdrawal from the EU was welcomed by the IP industry, there are still many questions over the treatment of IP rights post-Brexit. WIPR spoke to Kate O’Rourke, president of the Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys, to find out more.

WIPR Leaders 2018: Sweden patent practice update

Sweden23-03-2018

More than a year after two specialist IP courts came into force, Maria Zamkova of Fenix Legal reviews some of the notable trends and statistics.

WIPR Leaders 2018: Russia patent practice update

Russia23-03-2018

There have been several legislative updates to the patent law in Russia. Nikolay Bogdanov of Gorodissky & Partners provides an overview of the patent regime.

WIPR Leaders 2018: Germany patent practice update

Germany23-03-2018

The German Federal Court of Justice granted the country’s first compulsory licence in a significant year for patent jurisprudence, as Jochen Bühling of Krieger Mes & Graf v der Groeben explains.

IP Pages 2018: UK country jurisdiction

UK22-03-2018

Our partners at Practice Insight have kindly provided us with data on filings in the UK, listing the five most productive firms in three separate filing categories.

IP Pages 2018: US country jurisdiction

US22-03-2018

Our partners at Practice Insight have kindly provided us with data on filings in the US, listing the five most productive firms in three separate filing categories. This data has been enhanced significantly this year through machine learning efforts, meaning a lot more applications can be attributed to a particular firm.

IP Pages 2018: Korea country jurisdiction

22-03-2018

Our partners at Practice Insight have kindly provided us with data on filings in Korea, listing the five most productive firms in three separate filing categories.

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