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News analysis: Copyright Office delays in the spotlight


In the wake of Fourth Estate, copyright owners will need to be more proactive in registering their copyright before infringement occurs. WIPR examines the issues.

Trade relations: Sending in the big guns

China, US11-04-2019

As the US and China remain at trade loggerheads, WIPR investigates whether the Trump administration is overreaching the scope of its trade tools in its fight against Chinese bad actors.

Made for each other: AI and IP

EU, US09-04-2019Angelica Garcia and Cris Flagg

Artificial intelligence and machine learning have gained a foothold in IP. Angelica Garcia and Cris Flagg of Express Search highlight the opportunities.

Brexit: how best to prepare

EU, UK09-04-2019Victor Caddy and Frank Reijnen

With millions of businesses across the UK and EU heading towards an uncertain post-Brexit future, one critical issue has continued to provoke widespread concern, as Victor Caddy of Wynne Jones IP and Frank Reijnen of AIPEX explain.

France jurisdiction report: What happens after a ‘no-deal’ Brexit

France05-04-2019Aurélia Marie

We all know that departure of the UK from the EU is scheduled to take place now on April 12 2019, in the absence of any agreement or decision to the contrary.

Conference report: Innovation & IP Forum & Awards

EU, France28-03-2019

IP experts met in Paris to celebrate the best IP departments and the best IP advisors across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Leaders League reports.

Conference preview: CITMA Spring Conference


CITMA’s spring conference, on the theme ‘Disruption: the world and IP’, will be held in London in March.

Vodafone: Keeping the lines open

EU, UK25-02-2019

From working on brand clearance to advising on M&A deals, life at Vodafone, one of the world’s biggest telecoms players, is never dull. WIPR finds out more in an interview with Natasza Shilling, senior legal counsel in the IP team.

The Trump administration: 5 big impacts on IP


Having now been in office for two years, President Donald Trump has enacted several policies that have made their mark in the IP arena. WIPR assesses five of the biggest changes.

Brexit focus: More clarity needed amid Brexit countdown

EU, UK22-02-2019

As the proposed date of the UK’s departure from the EU looms ever closer, IP rights owners are still waiting for confirmation of the implications for them and details of the country’s future relationship with the remaining 27 members. WIPR reports.

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