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INTA: Brands for a better society

International12-06-2019David Lossignol

Brands are increasingly conscious that their responsibilities extend far beyond their shareholders. INTA President David Lossignol explains how brands can shape the world for the better, and the role the association is playing in that struggle.

CITMA: The year in review

EU12-06-2019Tania Clark

Disruption was the theme of our recent spring conference, and I could not think of a more apt way to describe the past year, and indeed the most recent few years, in the IP professions, says Tania Clark, president of the Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys.

CIPA: IP in a post-Brexit world


The resistance of the European patent system to the effects of Brexit is good news for the UK, although the situation for trademarks is different, says Neil Lampert, deputy chief executive of the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys.

Open season on open source?

International12-06-2019Daniel Tarr

There are several IP considerations to bear in mind when using, integrating and contributing to open source software, says Daniel Tarr of Duane Morris.

Marques: Why designs matter for brand owners

International07-06-2019Robert Stutz and Sebastian Fischoeder

Sebastian Fischoeder and Robert Stutz, co-chairs of the Marques Designs Team, discuss developing issues in design law, including the EU design consultation.

IACC: No brand is an island

International07-06-2019Travis Johnson

Our best hope to prevail in the fight against counterfeiters is to assemble a global team of like-minded partners in government and industry with that common goal, says Travis Johnson, vice president of legislative affairs and senior counsel to the International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition.

Indian jurisprudence: IP litigation and the public interest

India06-06-2019Pravin Anand

Intellectual property law in India has undergone drastic changes, especially in the context of ‘the public interest’, as Pravin Anand of Anand and Anand reports.

The liability of shop owners

Brazil05-06-2019Paulo Armando Innocente de Souza and Rafaella Gonçalves Franco

Recent court rulings in Brazil should bring comfort to trademark owners, as Paulo Armando Innocente de Souza and Rafaella Gonçalves Franco of Daniel Law report.

Patent monetisation: Making the most of your patents

04-06-2019Paul J. Sutton

There are a range of strategies to employ in order to maximise the value and earning potential of your patent portfolio, says Paul J. Sutton of Sutton Magidoff.

WIPR Annual 2019 Business Brief: Greece


According to Law 1733/1987, patentable inventions must be new, involve an inventive step and be susceptible to industrial application. They may concern a product, a process or an industrial application. An invention is considered as involving an inventive step if, with regard to the state of the art, it is not obvious to the skilled person; it will be considered as susceptible to industrial application if the subject matter can be made or used in any field of industry.

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