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Lessons and tips on the EPO’s new rules on admitting evidence in appeals

Europe27-07-2021Diego Alonso-Martinez and Wannes Weymiens

We’re now seeing the first batch of decisions implementing the EPO’s 2020 rules on the admittance of new evidence during appeal proceedings. Diego Alonso-Martinez and Wannes Weymiens of NLO report on what patent owners and opponents need to know.

The PTAB’s post-Arthrex future

23-07-2021David McCombs, Eugene Goryunov and Joseph Matal

Despite the latest challenge to its legitimacy, the US Patent Trial and Appeal Board has survived—and survive it must, say David McCombs, Joe Matal, and Eugene Goryunov of Haynes and Boone.

EBoA’s videoconference decision keeps us guessing

EU22-07-2021Douglas Drysdale and Ellie Purnell

The European Patent Office Enlarged Board of Appeal did not say whether it would enforce video hearings outside of emergencies, say Douglas Drysdale and Ellie Purnell of HGF.

Examining Newman’s dissent in Apple and Samsung camera patent win

19-07-2021Michael Comeau and Melissa Chapman

The Federal Circuit’s split ruling in a precedential phone camera patent suit could further obfuscate the Mayo/Alice process, say Michael Comeau and Melissa Chapman of Fishman Stewart.

Career series: Alicia Instone, Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys

International15-07-2021Muireann Bolger

Alicia Instone became the youngest-ever president of the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys when she was appointed this year. She shares her views on diversity in the profession and the power of perseverance.

A unique vision: Dr Ming Tan of IPOS International

International, Singapore15-07-2021Dr Ming Tan

A robust IP regime and respect for the value of intangible assets are vital to an innovative economy. IPOS International is the enterprise and engagement arm of the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore. Set up in 2019, it offers solutions to public agencies and enterprises by bringing together unique technical capabilities in patent search, examination and analytics, IP management and skills development.

The end of ‘Moroccan Habanos’

Morocco15-07-2021Miguel Bibe

A Moroccan businessman has finally lost the right to use the name of the iconic Cuban cigar brand. Miguel Bibe of Inventa International explores the history of the dispute, and what it means for brand owners.

I. Stephanie Boyce: ‘Keep talking and measuring’

International, UK15-07-2021I. Stephanie Boyce

The president of The Law Society of England and Wales tells WIPR why the time has come for the sector to tackle systemic racism, embrace targets and deal with the fallout of COVID-19.

Virtual mediation: here to stay

International09-07-2021David Friedland

As face-to-face meetings slowly start to return, one method of online alternative dispute resolution has proven its lastability, says David Friedland of Friedland Vining.

Fast fashion plays fast and loose with IP rights

China, UK08-07-2021Emmy Hunt

Legal action by the owners of Dr Martens against online fashion retailer Shein is a reminder for rights owners to act promptly when compromised online, says Emmy Hunt of Potter Clarkson.

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