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Seeking balance: four years of the PTAB

US30-09-2016Stephen Maebius

In its four years of operation the PTAB has tried to find the right balance for petitioners and patent owners, and the proceedings at the board will continue to be tweaked and improved, says Stephen Maebius of Foley & Lardner.

Arent Fox: an IP shop for tech companies

US30-09-2016James Bindseil, Sarah Bruno, Craig Gelfound and Paul Fakler

Law firm Arent Fox has become a destination for many of the biggest brands in the technology industry, including DirecTV, Discovery, Google, Kabam, Konami, LG Electronics, Music Choice, Qualcomm, Sirius XM Radio, Sony PlayStation, and Western Digital. WIPR finds out more.

Huawei v ZTE and the many-headed Hydra

Germany29-09-2016Daniel Hoppe

German courts have decided a number of SEP cases since the CJEU’s judgment in Huawei v ZTE in July 2015, but they continue to struggle with the details of its implementation, says Daniel Hoppe of Harte-Bavendamm.

TechInsights and Chipworks: a connected future

Canada29-09-2016Mike McLean and Ian MacLean

Following their merger in June this year, Mike McLean of TechInsights and Ian MacLean of Chipworks tell WIPR what the combined business means and discuss the technology and intellectual property impact of the ‘internet of things’ on their customers.

Mozambique: A new-look legal system

Mozambique29-09-2016João Cabral

Mozambique’s Industrial Property Code has had a facelift, but has it gone far enough to shore up the country’s IP system? João Cabral of Inventa International reports.

Michael Best: leveraging IPR successes

US28-09-2016Kevin Moran

The inter partes review proceedings under the America Invents Act created a new forum for challenging patents. Law firm Michael Best & Friedrich LLP tells WIPR about its IPR practice and the successes it has had so far.

L’Occitane: the perks of using specialist IP providers

International27-09-2016Ingo Dauer

Ingo Dauer of skincare and beauty products brand L’Occitane discusses the benefits of working with Brandstock from the perspective of a general counsel, in the second in a three-part series of articles profiling the IP management company.

Change on the way in the Gulf states

Bahrain, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates27-09-2016Jan Wrede and Abdullah Almazroa

The final draft of the new GCC Patent Law, which is not yet available to the public, will bring some important changes, as Jan Wrede of Dennemeyer & Associates and Abdullah Almazroa of the GCC Patent Office report.

White & Case: crossing the transatlantic divide

UK, US27-09-2016Lindsey Canning

Lindsey Canning of White & Case is dual-qualified in the US and UK and assists clients to cross the transatlantic divide on IP, as she tells WIPR.

The post-Brexit world for European patent litigants

EU, UK22-09-2016Duncan Ribbons and Maeve Lynch

Post-Brexit, patent litigants will probably still be able to obtain declarations of non-infringement of European national patents from the English courts, but there are further issues to consider, say Duncan Ribbons and Maeve Lynch of Redd Solicitors.

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