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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


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


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


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.

Benchmarking in the pharma sector

International03-05-2017John Asquith

Brandstock carried out a worldwide review of patent and trademark counsel on behalf of a leading pharma company, making some important findings, as John Asquith reports.

Patentability and subject matter exclusions

Malaysia26-04-2017Oon Yen Yen

Certain subject matter is excluded from patentability under Malaysian patent law and these are defined in section 13(1) of Malaysia’s Patents Act.

CRISPR: patent battles from the US to Europe

EU, US24-04-2017Catherine Coombes

Patent bodies in the US and Europe have issued important decisions in patent battles over the gene-editing technology CRISPR, as Catherine Coombes of HGF reports.

China: a big appetite for semiconductors


Chinese companies are increasingly influential in the consumption and production of semiconductors, but is there adequate protection for their IP rights? WIPR finds out.

Know your portfolio

Canada22-04-2017Martin Bijman

Proving patent value can be achieved with a diverse team of subject matter experts and analysts trained to use tools with data and methodologies, as Martin Bijman of TechInsights explains.

Great Repeal Bill: when Brexit becomes real

EU, UK22-04-2017

The UK government’s Great Repeal Bill could have major implications for IP owners, both before and after March 29, 2019, when Britain will leave the EU. WIPR reports.

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