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Turkey focus: Respecting the art of translation

Turkey29-08-2017

There are several actors in the process of translating patent documents, and they all have an important role to play, as Duygu Ergunes of Valitra Intellectual Property Services explains.

Turkey focus: Rosy outlook for the patent office

Turkey25-08-2017

As head of the patent department at Türk Patent, Salih Bektas must oversee an increasingly demanding workload and, as WIPR finds out, he has called in some reinforcements.

Will the US Supreme Court kill the inter partes review?

US23-08-2017Russell Dunlap

A decision finding IPR unconstitutional might also eliminate several other programmes at the USPTO that allow third parties to attack the validity of issued patents. Russell Dunlap of Taylor English reports.

Blockchain: keeping track of the digital ledger

International18-08-2017

There are many unanswered questions about exactly how the disruptive technology blockchain will work in practice, but there are likely to be implications for IP, as WIPR finds out.

A manifesto for innovation

EU, International17-08-2017

IP Europe, whose members include Nokia and Ericsson, is pushing for legal and financial changes to enable innovative SMEs to prosper. WIPR spoke to Ruben Bonet, CEO of Fractus, one of the companies involved, to find out more.

FRAND: The way forward in the licensing landscape

US15-08-2017

From a ground-breaking patent ruling in the English High Court to investigations into licensing practices, the FRAND area is hotting up, as WIPR finds out.

Brexit: changes ahead for exhaustion of rights

EU, UK04-08-2017Kate O’Rourke and Olivia Gray

If the UK leaves the EU without joining the European Economic Area, the principle of trademark rights exhaustion—as imposed by EU treaties and case law—would cease to apply in the UK, requiring the UK to adopt a new model. Kate O’Rourke of the Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys and Olivia Gray of Charles Russell Speechlys report.

How patent owners should prepare for the UPC

EU10-07-2017Alexandra Pearson and Katie McConnell

Although its introduction is likely to be delayed, probably into 2018, the Unified Patent Court represents a radical shakeup of the European patent system, and there are several key considerations for patent owners, say Alexandra Pearson and Katie McConnell of Hogan Lovells.

Estoppel: putting a stop to repeat offenders

US29-06-2017John Isacson

The case law surrounding estoppel in inter partes reviews is still being developed, but there is some useful guidance so far, says John Isacson of Perkins Coie.

Conference preview: CEO of Bayer Intellectual Property Gmbh, Head of IP Bayer Group

Germany, International27-06-2017

Ahead of the Unitary Patent & Unified Patent Court 2017 conference in Munich on July 5, Jörg Thomaier, CEO of Bayer Intellectual Property Gmbh, discusses how the pharmaceutical company will approach opting its patents into or out of the new system.

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