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Event review: ASIPI Buenos Aires


In December 2016, ASIPI welcomed more than 600 members to its Work Sessions event in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Luis Henriquez reviews the highlights.

Can the UK stay in the UPC post-Brexit?

EU, EU - PATENTS, UK14-12-2016Lorna Brazell

Despite the UK government’s surprise announcement that it will ratify the Unified Patent Court Agreement, there is still a big question mark over whether the UK can stay in the system after leaving the EU. Lorna Brazell of Osborne Clarke reports.

Best practices for IPR proceedings and real party in interest

US06-12-2016Amanda Tessar, Bing Ai and Elizabeth Banzhoff

There are a handful of pointers for anyone affected by real party in interest issues in inter partes reviews, as Amanda Tessar, Bing Ai and Elizabeth Banzhoff of Perkins Coie explain in the second part of their article.

Getting the rate right

US01-12-2016Ednaldo Silva

Assessing data on royalty rates for medical device licensing agreements can provide lessons on how to avoid mistakes when calculating such rates, says Ednaldo Silva of RoyaltyStat.

Halo: a fresh approach to enhanced damages

US29-11-2016Michael Mutter and Shawn Hamidinia

A US Supreme Court ruling has changed the landscape for determining damages in cases of wilful patent infringement, as Michael Mutter and Shawn Hamidinia of Birch Stewart Kolasch Birch explain in the first edition of a two-part series.

AA Thornton: the best of both worlds

Germany, UK24-11-2016Geoff Hussey

At IP law firm AA Thornton, patent and trademark attorneys work closely alongside lawyers to provide clients with the best of both worlds, as WIPR found out.

From the TPP to oppositions: major changes for IP


A number of major IP-related developments are affecting Mexico, from the Trans-Pacific Partnership to the trademark opposition system. WIPR assesses what these changes mean for rights owners.

IP Summit 2016: what to expect


The IP Summit 2016 will be hosted by strategic consultancy and conference provider Premier Cercle at the World Customs Organization in Brussels on December 1 and 2. WIPR previews the main talking points, from Brexit to 3D printing.

Four years of IPR: how life sciences companies have fared


Introduced in September 2012, the inter partes review provided a new forum for challenging the validity of US patents, and soon attracted criticism. WIPR investigates how life sciences companies have fared in the forum’s first four years.

IP office interview: Protecting ‘Swissness’


The Swiss Federal Institute of Intellectual Property is due to enact a number of important legislative changes in 2017 and is committed to fighting counterfeit goods. WIPR spoke to its director general Catherine Chammartin about life at the office.

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