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Defending against a patent attack

Russia25-05-2017

Russian and Eurasian patent applicants should closely examine the scope of their dependent claims during patent prosecution to secure a strong defence strategy against a possible invalidity action, say Victor Lisovenko and Maria Nilova of Patentica.

Balancing act for technology and rights

International25-05-2017Max Oker-Blom

Should legislation be adjusted in light of technological developments such as artificial intelligence and the internet of things? Max Oker-Blom of ECTA finds out.

Top five UPC considerations for patentees

EU24-05-2017

Patentees need to start preparing their portfolios for the European Unified Patent Court and unitary patent, which are set to be ready by December 2017. Martyn Fish and Estelle Senior of HGF give their top five recommendations.

EUIPO: New Name, New Tasks

EU23-05-2017

The European Union Intellectual Property Office has a lot on its plate, especially as a new batch of trademark reforms are set to come into force later this year, as Luis Berenguer, Member of the Executive Director’s Cabinet and Spokesperson of the Office, tells Sarah Morgan.

Panama Supreme Court: Meet the President

Panama21-05-2017

With a postgraduate degree in copyright and related rights, the President of Panama’s Supreme Court of Justice, José Eduardo Ayú Prado Canals, has a head start when dealing with IP cases.

INTA 2017: Startups: How To Protect Your Innovations

EU, US21-05-2017

How can technology startups protect their IP? An INTA panel explored how companies just starting out can make the most of their innovations.  

São Tomé and Príncipe: a breath of fresh air for IP

São Tomé and Príncipe19-05-2017

The IP law in São Tomé and Príncipe, a country in the Equatorial Atlantic, has been updated and improved in a number of areas. Inês Monteiro Alves and Daniela Dinis of Inventa International report.

From paper to platform: the future of IP management

International18-05-2017

The IP Platform aims to transform IP management and help customers work more efficiently, as Simon Webster of CPA Global describes.

PTAB: no longer a death squad

US15-05-2017

The US Patent Trial and Appeal Board has come a long way since being branded “a death squad” for patents, and litigants should take note of several best practices to enhance their likelihood of winning there. WIPR speaks to two former judges to find out more.

How AI can help with IP management

International12-05-2017

Artificial intelligence can have many benefits for companies specialising in IP management, even if they have been slow to adopt it, says Volker Spitz of Brandstock in an interview with WIPR.

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