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Harnessing IP: strategies for SMEs

India01-12-2010Kajigailiu Gaiduwan Kamei

With the continuous shift towards a knowledge-based and innovation-driven economy, IP is a key consideration in day-to-day business decisions. But SMEs are not always as well versed as they should be, says Kajigailiu Gaiduwan Kamei.

Unwelcome diversions

01-12-2010Ross Bulla

Diversion is the trade of a genuinely branded product through channels of distribution that are unauthorised or unintended, and not supported by the original manufacturer or authorised distributors. Ross Bulla looks at how to deal with it.

The doubtful future of public private partnerships

Brazil01-12-2010Otto Licks and Felipe Mesquita

The relative stability of the Brazilian economy and the large amount of public funds earmarked for the national health budget have sparked the interest of the pharmaceutical industry.

Administrative enforcement of patents

China01-12-2010Stephen Yang

Administrative enforcement of IP rights has long been a characteristic of the Chinese IP enforcement system.

Pharmaceutical patent proceedings

Finland01-12-2010Petri Eskola and Markus Lampinen

In Finland, patent litigation proceedings are handled in the first instance by the District Court of Helsinki.

Trademark infringement and revocation

Hungary01-12-2010Eszter Szakács

An essential characteristic of the patent litigation system in Hungary is that patent infringement proceedings and revocation proceedings are strictly separate.

Oppositions, obviousness and other stories

Israel01-12-2010Dr. Michael Factor

Merck’s patent application entitled Method for Inhibiting Bone Resorption covers an increased unit dose of alendronate and other bisphosphonates for the treatment of Paget’s disease and osteoporosis.

Geographical indications in Japan

Japan01-12-2010Ryo Maruyama

The legal system relating to geographical indications in Japan is divided into three major categories.

Reshaping Malaysian design law

Malaysia01-12-2010Dave A. Wyatt

The jurisdiction report in the July/August 2009 issue of WIPR celebrated a decade of independent industrial design law in Malaysia.

Patentability of human stem cells

Mexico01-12-2010BiotechnologyFernando Antonio-Rincón

The increased understanding of stem cells is one of the major breakthroughs in life sciences of the last decade.

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