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Impact of the America Invents Act on patent challenges at USPTO

US01-12-2011Eldora Ellison and Deborah Sterling

The AIA was enacted on September 16, 2011, creating new proceedings for challenging patents at the USPTO. Eldora Ellison and Deborah Sterling discuss the predominant post-assurance proceedings that are (or will become) available.

IP Week: four days to find solutions to the crisis


At a time when unity is needed more than ever to tackle sovereign debt issues, there's one particular field where Europeans are gathering to move forward: intellectual property.

Making tracks: Caterpillar on counterfeiting


The automotive industry is a lucrative target for counterfeiters, but the consequences of such activity can be deadly. WIPR talks to Dennis Skarvan, chief counsel at Caterpillar Inc.

IP valuation: speaking a common language


IP is increasingly valuable. Many companies rely on their IP assets as key elements of their balance sheets. But it is not always clear how to value IP accurately. WIPR takes a look, in advance of the IP Week panel on IP valuation.

Conference highlights


The IP Week in Brussels promises a varied programme of speakers, ranging across industries and specialities. We've picked out a few particularly intriguing sessions across the four day conference.

The IP Week: getting there and having fun


After the conference sessions have finished, a lively social programme promises to keep delegates entertained during the cold Brussels evenings.

Balancing the odds: an evaluation of the .IN domain name dispute resolution policy

India01-12-2011Lucy Rana and Rishu Srivastava

With the inception, advent and rapid globalisation of the Internet, a revolutionary change has taken place in the field of communications. Lucy Rana and Rishu Srivastava look at domain name disputes.

Better borders? The proposed new EU customs regulation

EU01-12-2011Peter O'Byrne and Karen Roberts

The European Commission released a new draft Customs Regulation for the EU in May this year. Will it bring in the changes that IP owners are asking for in European border protection? Peter O'Byrne and Karen Roberts discuss the issues.

Smelling of roses: Hungary confirms position on trademark rights in perfume case

Hungary01-12-2011Judit Lantos

A recent Metropolitan Court decision has touched on the questions of jurisdiction of community trademark law, exhaustion of rights, the distribution of testers and selective distribution of luxury perfume brands.

Major changes to PRC trademark law

China01-12-2011Xiang Gao

The Trademark Law of the People’s Republic of China was first promulgated in 1982 and entered into force in 1983; it was revised for the first time in 1993 and again in 2001.

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