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Brexit focus: Let the games begin

EU, France, Germany, UK21-04-2017

There are several IP headaches potentially linked to Brexit, particularly the UK’s involvement—if any—in the Unified Patent Court. WIPR considers how IP owners can approach such uncertainties now that article 50 has been triggered.

A silver lining

International, US20-04-2017

With the release of Azure IP Advantage, Microsoft has agreed to use its patent portfolio to protect customers from litigation. WIPR assesses how the programme will work and how beneficial it might be.

UK and UPC: a test of compatibility

EU, UK28-02-2017John Pegram

Despite views to the contrary, it appears highly probable that the UK can and will stay in the Unified Patent Court system after Brexit, argues John Pegram of Fish & Richardson.

Exposure to enhanced damages after Halo

US20-02-2017Michael Mutter and Shawn Hamidinia

The Halo decision on wilful patent infringement has made it desirable to accumulate evidence of good faith at the time of conduct in order to avoid enhanced damages. Michael Mutter and Shawn Hamidinia of Birch Stewart Kolasch Birch report.

WIPR Leaders: Rolling out the red carpet


In 2017, we released the second edition of our WIPR Leaders publication, split into two volumes (patent and trademark). Featuring 1,708 lawyers overall, WIPR Leaders is designed to showcase the best IP talent from around the world and allow you to build networks with other practitioners.

Saving the earth: the role of collaboration


Technology transfer will play an increasingly important role in seeking to address the effects of climate change, as WIPR reports.

From forum-shopping to the UPC: 10 IP issues to watch in 2017


With a busy year ahead for IP owners, WIPR has picked ten IP developments that all practitioners should be following in 2017.

IP under Trump: cautious optimism, for now


On January 23, Donald Trump became the 45th president of the US. But with his IP policies far from clear, there is disagreement over whether Trump’s impact on rights owners will be positive. WIPR investigates.

Inside the IBM patent machine

International, US15-02-2017

Founded more than 100 years ago, IBM remains a resounding success in the technology arena. WIPR discovers the reasons behind IBM’s prolific patent filing and how it deals with the challenges encountered in managing a large portfolio.

UPC: time to finalise opt-out strategies

EU, EU - PATENTS, UK09-02-2017David Rose and Nina O’Sullivan

Strategies for opting patents out of the jurisdiction of the UPC must be crystallised now, particularly given the potentially complex due diligence that may be needed for some portfolios, say David Rose and Nina O’Sullivan of Mishcon de Reya.

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