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Russia’s IP threat: what might happen next?

Russia, Ukraine10-03-2022Agnieszka Sztoldman

Following Russia’s threat to suspend IP rights in the wake of sanctions imposed by the west, Agnieszka Sztoldman of the University of Wrocław in Poland explores the potential fallout.

A slow year for PTAB precedential decisions

09-03-2022Rick Bisenius

The board designated no precedential opinions last year—will 2022 play out any different, asks Rick Bisenius of Fish & Richardson.

International Women’s Day: ‘Break the bias’

International08-03-2022Muireann Bolger

For International Women’s Day 2022, the theme is #Break the bias. It is certainly a timely topic: gender bias remains a prevalent and pivotal issue in the fight for greater equality. WIPR reports.

Unidentified objects

International07-03-2022Spring Chang and Michael Wu

When technology combines with established products, classifying the IP can be a challenge, say Spring Chang and Michael Wu of Chang Tsi & Partners.

SurgiSil: Lip implant case shows looks can be deceiving

03-03-2022Elizabeth Ferrill

A seemingly small decision by the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit could have a big impact on owners of design patents, explains Elizabeth Ferrill of Finnegan.

INTA CEO: ‘Annual Meeting blends best of live and virtual’


With early bird pricing coming to an end on March 4 for INTA’s Annual Meeting 2022 Live+, Peter Scott caught up with INTA CEO Etienne Sanz de Acedo to talk networking, programming and safety at this year’s meeting.

China’s IP plan: ambitious and practical

China24-02-2022George Chan, Ricky Xing, Judy Liu

The country’s latest five-year plan for patent and trademark examinations focuses on quality, explain George Chan, Ricky Xing, and Judy Liu of Simmons & Simmons Intellectual Property Agency.

LGBTQ History Month: ‘Discrimination still exists’

UK22-02-2022Michael Hawkins

As February marks LGBTQ History Month in the UK and parts of Europe, firms and companies must champion an inclusive environment, says Michael Hawkins of Noerr

Democratic Republic of the Congo: three types of patents

Africa21-02-2022Diogo Antunes, Inventa

There is a trio of patents to protect inventions in the republic, explains Diogo Antunes of Inventa.

Hermès’ MetaBirkin NFT dispute and the future of metaverse IP

International17-02-2022Joseph Barber

The luxury brand’s lawsuit over non-fungible tokens heralds important questions for brand owners and artists over their IP rights in the metaverse, Joseph Barber of Howard & Howard Attorneys explains.

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