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Windows of opportunity and closing doors at the EPO

EPO, EU01-05-2011Claire Baldock

There is a general acceptance that European patent law is complicated, particularly in the area of pharmaceutical inventions. Claire Baldock looks at how the EPO approaches these inventions and the positives and negatives for the pharmaceutical industry.

Crime and punishment: IP sanctions and deterrence

China, US01-04-2011

In the last two decades or so, the notion of categorising certain types of IP infringement as criminal has come into the mainstream. Many countries are now able to impose criminal fines and even jail sentences on the worst offenders.

An interview with Soowon Lee

South Korea01-04-2011

South Korea has developed into a world-class exporter and economic powerhouse. Then the financial crisis struck. WIPR talks to Soowon Lee, commissioner of KIPO, about the role of innovation in an economic recovery and the business of IP.

Conference papers as prior art

01-04-2011Ron Kaminecki

Inventors love to talk about their work and what better venue than a meeting of like-minded researchers? But sometimes, inventors speaking about discoveries may find they’ve actually revealed more than they should have.

Forensic IT for intellectual property

01-04-2011

Graham Robinson, managing director of Farncombe International, tells WIPR how and when companies should use computer forensics to address intellectual property theft.

Changes at Anvisa

Brazil01-04-2011Otto Licks and Ricardo Dutra Nunes

The Brazilian national health surveillance agency (Anvisa) is the equivalent of the US FDA and the EU’s EMEA. It was established in 1999.

Criminal enforcement of IP

China01-04-2011Stephen Yang

On January 11, 2011, the Supreme People’s Court, the Supreme People’s Procuratorate and the Ministry of Public Security released opinions on the handling of criminal cases involving infringement of IP rights.

Marketing goods using competitions

Germany01-04-2011Jens Künzel

It has become quite common in Europe and elsewhere to use competitions as marketing tools for goods and services.

Retroactive amendments

Israel01-04-2011Michael Factor

The Israel Patent Law is anomalous in that pending applications are not published automatically 18 months after priority.

First waves of IP reform

Malaysia01-04-2011Dave A. Wyatt and Lim Eng Leong

After much anticipation, the first waves of IP law reform finally reached Malaysia on February 15, 2011, when amendments to the Trade Marks and Patents Regulations came into force.

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