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Time for a change


Now that the US House of Representatives has passed US President Barack Obama’s controversial healthcare legislation, attention will turn again to patent reform. WIPR looks at the key proposals.

Watch this pharma space

01-04-2010Duncan Curley

The European Commission’s investigation into the behaviour of companies operating in the pharmaceutical sector in the European Union culminated in the publication of a final report on July 8, 2009. Duncan Curley looks at the implications.

Good expert, good case


A good expert witness can make the difference between winning and losing a case. So can a bad one. WIPR looks at how to pick the best possible person.

Speeding things up in Taiwan

01-04-2010Joy Pan and Grace Shao

Taiwan’s Intellectual Property Office has recently introduced an accelerated examination programme for patent applications that have already been submitted in other jurisdictions. Joy Pan and Grace Shao explain.

Boosting foreign technology transfers and brand licensing

India01-04-2010Nirupam Lodha and Kshitij Sharma

Recent changes to rules on foreign investment should make it easier for companies to conclude technology transfer and licensing agreements, say Nirupam Lodha and Kshitij Sharma.

An interview with Francis Gurry


Francis Gurry took over as director general of the World Intellectual Property Organization in 2008. The job is the culmination of a 25-year career at WIPO and presents a unique set of challenges.

New year, new patent law

China01-02-2010Stephen Yang

On December 30, 2009, during the executive meeting of the State Council, the Implementing Regulations of the Patent Law of the People’s Republic of China (draft) was approved.

Patent gurus in demand

US01-02-2010Paul Sutton

Experienced patent attorneys possessing strategic and litigation skills have never been in greater demand.

Commercialising university IP


It’s a tough time to develop a university’s IP portfolio, but under the guidance of Jon Soderstrom, Yale’s Office of Cooperative Research maintains an impressive record and has ambitious plans. WIPR reports.

Litigation or re-examination?

01-02-2010Eldora Ellison & Jon Wright

Patent re-examinations are increasingly becoming the weapon of choice for corporate competitors seeking a venue in which to nullify US patent rights, say Eldora Ellison and Jon Wright.

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