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AIPLA: Overcoming COVID-19 challenges

08-06-2021Joseph Re

American Intellectual Property Law Association president Joseph Re outlines how the association adapted, learned, and thrived despite challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

IACC: How SMEs are taking on counterfeiters

International08-06-2021Travis Johnson

SMEs need to pay heed to the threat of counterfeiters in order to realise their potential, argues Travis Johnson of the International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition.

LESI: COVID-19 IP waiver—a bad proposal

International04-06-2021Alexander Haertel

The World Trade Organization’s COVID-19 vaccine waiver proposal would negatively impact investment into future treatments, says Alexander Haertel of the European and Dispute Resolution Committees at the Licensing Executives Society International.

INTA: You don’t need a crystal ball

International03-06-2021Etienne Sanz de Acedo

The IP landscape is evolving quickly, and stakeholders of all types must embrace change and adapt or be left behind. What does the future hold? International Trademark Association chief Etienne Sanz de Acedo investigates.

ECTA: The risks of progress without a plan

International03-06-2021Mladen Vukmir

The implications of applying AI solutions must be carefully and fully considered before they are implemented, argues Mladen Vukmir of ECTA.

CITMA: Beyond Brexit: dawn of a new era for IP in the UK

UK02-06-2021Richard Goddard

Having navigated its departure from the EU, the UK is set to maintain its place as a global IP leader, says Richard Goddard of the Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys.

Cape Verde: is there a brighter picture for patent rights?

South Africa01-06-2021Diana Pereira

Trademarks have dominated Cape Verde’s IP field at the expense of other rights such as patents and industrial designs for many years. But this scenario could be about to change, says Diana Pereira of Inventa International.

Sweden jurisdiction report: Valuable lessons in IP

Sweden26-05-2021Maria Zamkova

For nearly 30 years, the Swedish Intellectual Property Office has cooperated with the government’s agency for development cooperation, the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida).

Russia jurisdiction report: The current picture of trademarks

Russia26-05-2021Riikka Palmos

The total number of trademark applications increased again in Russia in 2020. The number of trademark filings increased last year by more than 6,000 filings compared to 2019, with 93,926 applications in total.

Poland jurisdiction report: The benefits of going digital

Poland25-05-2021Aleksandra Solyga-Zurek

It has now been over a year since the most recent restructuring of Polish IP law. One of the aims of the update was closer harmonisation with regulations in other EU countries and with the European Patent Convention. Despite these efforts, however, many differences in procedure, and perhaps more importantly, in substantive matters, persist.

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