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Blockchain patents: the emerging landscape of risk

US23-08-2018Marc Kaufman

The growing number of patents covering blockchain will cause uncertainty in the space if patent ownership is highly concentrated and licences are available only through licence assertions, warns Marc Kaufman of the Blockchain Intellectual Property Council.

How to keep your disclosure from becoming prior art

US23-08-2018Rory Pheiffer

While courts continue to grapple with the confines of what constitutes a public disclosure, what we do know is that absolute secrecy is not required, says Rory Pheiffer of law firm Nutter.

Blockchain IP risks and how to manage them

International, UK16-08-2018Chris Smith

With the increasing use and importance of blockchain technology, IP risks will be inevitable. Chris Smith of Reddie & Grose examines how companies might overcome these obstacles.

Canada focus: putting IP at the heart of business


For Johanne Bélisle, CEO of the Canadian Intellectual Property Office, orchestrating the accession to five international IP treaties is simply part of the day job, as she tells WIPR.

Growing together in the IoT


The internet of things is likely to have a profound impact on patent licensing and innovation, resulting in strange industry bedfellows such as agriculture and telecoms, as WIPR finds out.

Thinking outside the box: tax focus

Luxembourg, US10-08-2018

While the patent box system is well-known for encouraging companies to benefit from lower taxation, it is just one part of a complex relationship between IP and tax. WIPR reports.

IP and competition: a waiting game


Several pending cases should provide further guidance on the contentious issue of ‘pay-for-delay’, where IP and competition laws collide. WIPR reports.

The reality of IP in a fictional world

International09-08-2018video games

IP plays a wide-ranging and crucial role in the video games industry, but not everyone has realised this yet, as WIPR finds out.

Questions of novelty in medical use patents

China08-08-2018PharmaceuticalsWeiwei Han

Decisions by China’s Supreme People’s Court and Patent Reexamination Board have provided more clarity on the patentability of medical use inventions, says Weiwei Han of CCPIT Patent and Trademark Law Office.

Creating a forward-looking patent strategy

UK07-08-2018Andrea Walsh and Cris Flagg

In the first of a three-part series, Andrea Walsh and Cris Flagg of Express Search explore the importance of landscaping at the beginning of any patent strategy.

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