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IP Centrum: upsetting the apple cart

10-06-2017Simon de Banke

Renewals and EP validation services may not seem like the most obvious place for innovation in the IP industry, but at IP Centrum the aim is to profoundly change the way the business works. WIPR spoke to CEO Simon de Banke to find out more.

Avoiding the perils of collaboration

Japan09-06-2017Yoshitaka Sonoda, Natalie Crick

Foreign businesses operating in Japan must consider several important points if they wish to successfully manage the development of technology jointly with Japanese corporations. Yoshitaka Sonoda and Natalie Crick of Sonoda & Kobayashi provide the details.

UPC: the role of the CJEU

EU, UK06-06-2017Lorna Brazell

If the CJEU is seen as a significant component of the UPC system the UK may prefer to withdraw from it, but in reality how involved might the CJEU be, asks Lorna Brazell of Osborne Clarke.

Conference preview: Judge Hacon on UPC and Brexit

UK05-06-2017

In an interview before the Unitary Patent & Unified Patent Court 2017 conference in Munich on July 5, Richard Hacon, presiding judge at the UK Intellectual Property Enterprise Court, discusses the UPC and why the system will not be ready for December 2017.

The path ahead

US02-06-2017Joe Ferretti

The International Trademark Association’s policy priorities for the year are counterfeiting, internet governance and expansion, and brand restrictions, as its president Joe Ferretti writes ahead of the association’s Annual Meeting.

Crossed lines over smartphones

China30-05-2017

Businesses must conduct sufficient prior risk assessment before substantial implementation of technology not owned by them, as the case of Iwncomm v Sony illustrates. Nikita Xue and Linda Wu of HongFangLaw explain the nuances.

From green technology to famous trademarks: legal changes in Brazil

Brazil28-05-2017

There have been a host of legal changes in Brazil since 2016, with IP owners in a range of industries needing to take note of the new laws. Pedro Bhering and Jiuliano Maurer of Bhering Advogados report.

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.

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