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Are negotiation-grade patents still valuable?

US05-08-2016Art Monk

If you plan to introduce patents into licensing discussions that have not been checked for validity, you can almost be certain that your counterparty will push back with the threat of an inter partes review. Art Monk of TechInsights reports.

The fight for SPC extension in Romania

EU, Romania05-08-2016Cristina Popa and Miruna Enescu

Following a landmark decision on supplementary protection certificates in Europe, Romanian law firm Rominvent fought a legal battle to correct the term of protection for SPCs that had been granted before the ruling, as Cristina Popa and Miruna Enescu report.

Chinese legal developments: Counting the cash

China03-08-2016Guoxu Yang

Legal changes in China are likely to make it easier for patent owners to claim higher damages in infringement lawsuits, and there are further positive changes on the horizon, explains Guoxu Yang of CCPIT Patent and Trademark Law Office.

In the Spotlight: Creating big value from big data


New technologies enabling predictive analysis of big data provide IP professionals with a platform for better decision-making and vastly improved efficiencies. Tyron Stading, president and founder of Innography, a CPA Global company, spoke to WIPR.

A watching brief: the future of the UPC post-Brexit

EU, EU - PATENTS, UK01-08-2016Paul England and Matthias Hülsewig

It is hoped, but not guaranteed, that the UK will retain its place in the UPC system despite the Brexit vote, say Paul England and Matthias Hülsewig of Taylor Wessing, who explain the implications arising from the UK exit negotiation and the issues that need to be decided.

It’s not easy being green


The idea of using IP to help tackle climate change has been gaining traction, but fast-track examination systems for green applications have not been universally popular. WIPR reports.

US Supreme Court: three IP decisions and their likely impact


The US Supreme Court ruled on three IP cases in June, clarifying the rules on issues such as attorneys’ fees in copyright cases and claim construction in patent disputes. WIPR analyses what the decisions might mean in practice.

Reaction to Brexit: views from around the world

EU, EU - TRADEMARKS, UK29-07-2016

With the UK’s vote to leave the EU provoking many IP stakeholders to ask what the implications are for them, WIPR provides a roundup of the reaction from IP offices, brands and IP organisations.

Brexit focus: Hope for the best, prepare for the worst

EU, EU - TRADEMARKS, UK28-07-2016

On June 23 the UK voted to leave the EU. Although no-one is quite sure what the next few months or even years will have in store, WIPR provides some advice for trademark owners in the wake of Brexit.

Brexit and the UPC: the Italian perspective

EU, EU - PATENTS, Italy, UK26-07-2016Elena Martini

If the UK chooses not to ratify the UPC Agreement and therefore London relinquishes its seat on the central division, Milan would be willing and able to replace it, as Elena Martini of Martini Manna Avvocati reports.

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