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Successful reinstatement of priority date

Taiwan01-02-2011Candy K.Y. Chen and Crystal J. Chen

Saturday is usually a non-working day for government agencies in Taiwan. Exceptions occur when the government adjusts working days in observance of national holidays.

Domain name regulation

Turkey01-02-2011Isik Ozdogan and Ezgi Baklaci

There has been a significant recent development to Turkey’s Internet and domain name legislation.

Patent county court costs

UK01-02-2011Leigh Ellis

The Patents County Court is more than just a court for patent disputes. The name of the court doesn’t tell the whole story.

High-tech patent wars: a new front

US01-02-2011Paul J. Sutton

On December 8, 2010, high-tech companies learned that a previously sleeping giant armed with a multibillion dollar war chest and tens of thousands of patents had awakened with a roar.

Dos and don'ts for patent practitioners in Europe

EPO, EU01-01-2011Jacqueline Needle

With plans for a European Patents Court seemingly shelved, patentees need to continue using the current, sometimes unwieldy system. Jacqueline Needle explains.

Big pharma and Section 337: the next frontier

US01-01-2011Daniel Yonan and Mark Fox Evens

A recent US International Trade Commission investigation may open a new avenue for enforcing certain pharmaceutical patents, say Daniel Yonan and Mark Fox Evens.

Will IP lead the UK out of recession in 2011?

UK01-01-2011Alasdair Poore

The UK government is looking to innovation and the knowledge-based economy to lead the country out of recession—pinning its hopes on a reinvigorated intellectual property system. Alasdair Poore explains.

Choosing a European patent attorney: does the Iron Curtain still exist?

Hungary01-01-2011Michael Lantos

Old habits die hard. But Michael Lantos argues that the time has come to look to new European Union members for legal representation.

21st century IP management — docketing 2020

01-01-2011Domenic Leo and Suzie Kiefer

Intellectual property portfolio management has undergone tremendous change over the last few decades. Domenic Leo and Suzie Kiefer chart the key developments.

Quantifying damages for infringement in Germany — the Tripp-Trapp chair case

Germany01-01-2011Jens Künzel

Recent cases in Germany have illuminated the thorny issue of how to quantify damages in copyright cases. Jens Künzel explains.

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