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Playing ketchup: a holistic approach to IP

01-02-2011

Any company that owns iconic brands knows that its trademark strategy needs to be watchful and robust. But HJ Heinz is taking things a step further by exploring a holistic approach to IP, one that protects more than just the brand.

IP DataDirect-Patents: single source and comprehensive patent data flow

01-02-2011Michiel de Bruijn

Patent owners and other stakeholders get bulk patent data into any intellectual property solution, as Michiel de Bruijn explains IP DataDirect-Patents

An interview with Jorge Ávila

Brazil01-02-2011

It may seem like a whole new world for IP, but Brazil is slowly but surely ensuring international compliance and respect. The National Institute of Industrial Property has its fair share of problems, yet it has ambitions too.

Urgent solutions to climate change

Brazil01-02-2011Gabriel Di Blasi and Gabriela Salerno

In order to reduce the effects of climate change worldwide, several environmentally friendly measures have been discussed in recent decades. Gabriel Di Blasi and Gabriela Salerno look at the role of IP in tackling the problem.

Prior citings

01-02-2011Ron Kaminecki

Dissertations are a rich source of non-patent literature for prior art searches, explains Ron Kaminecki.

No such thing as a typical case

01-02-2011

What is a typical day in the life of a corporate investigator specialising in IP? There’s no such thing, says Graham Robinson.

Cross-straits IP agreement

China, Taiwan01-02-2011Stephen Yang

Mainland China and Taiwan signed an agreement on June 29, 2010, on cross-straits intellectual property protection.

Developments at the patent office

Israel01-02-2011Michael Factor

After initial classification of an application, the Israel Patent Office examines applications in each category in turn to assign them to a particular technology group.

Employee inventions and 'reasonable value'

Japan01-02-2011Ryo Maruyama

A court decision concerning the “reasonable value” received by an employee as compensation for employee inventions is again in the spotlight in Japan.

Inventive step and computer implemented inventions

Mexico01-02-2011Claudia Gabriela Campos Chavelas

Recently, Mexican examiners have faced controversy over how to determine the patentability of ‘new’ technologies; in particular, the best strategies for evaluating the patentability criteria of computer-implemented inventions that, in most cases, are automations of well-known methods.

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