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Marques: What rights owners need to know about EU copyright reform

16-05-2018Cristina Duch, Thomas Hvammen Nicholson, Franz Gernhardt, Christian Schumacher

European trademark association Marques has established a copyright team which, among other things, is assessing the scope and probable impact of the EU copyright reform package, as four members of the team report.

AIPPI: Is there light at the end of the gene-patenting tunnel?

16-05-2018Claire Baldock, Michael Christie and Jürgen Meier

Governments around the world are urged to respect TRIPS and administer a stable, harmonised IP system that incentivises the development of genetic technologies, say Claire Baldock, Michael Christie and Jürgen Meier, members of the AIPPI sub-committee for biotechnology and plant varieties.

Harley-Davidson: No easy ride for fakers


Dealing with die-hard counterfeiters is just part of the day job for Linda Heban, chief trademark counsel at Harley-Davidson, who tells WIPR about everything from tense negotiations to branded toilet seats.

Mixed fortunes for the appeal boards


As the Patent Trial and Appeal Board and the inter partes review process continue to face some unwelcome scrutiny, the outlook at the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board seems more upbeat, as WIPR finds out.

The world’s factory of counterfeit goods


China is still considered the world’s biggest source of counterfeit goods, but is the situation improving, and what can rights owners do to protect themselves? WIPR finds out.

INTA: Getting to the heart of brand value

US15-05-2018Tish Berard

As research emphasises how companies and consumers can shape brand equity, Tish Berard, president of the International Trademark Association, considers what role IP practitioners should play in this process.

Conference preview: LESI 2018 Annual Conference


From April 29 to May 1, LESI will welcome more than 500 IP professionals to San Diego, California, for three days of education, networking, and professional development.

World IP Day: Q&A with Annsley Merelle Ward of Bristows


We need to take concrete steps to get more women promoted in law firms, on the bench and in government roles, says Annsley Merelle Ward, senior associate at Bristows.

World IP Day: Q&A with Asta Valdimarsdottir of WIPO

Iceland, International26-04-2018

Asta Valdimarsdottir, director of the operations division of the Madrid Registry at WIPO, discusses the need for a shift in attitudes and gender strategies.

World IP Day: Q&A with Christine Jennings of Anaqua Services

International, UK26-04-2018

Women’s innovation has to be encouraged by all sectors of industry, not just IP, explains Christine Jennings, president of Anaqua Services (a provider of IP management solutions).

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