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South Africa jurisdiction report: The criminals exploiting a health crisis

South Africa25-05-2021Godfrey Budeli

During the global COVID-19 pandemic, governments around the world implemented national lockdowns to contain the spread of the virus. As a result, borders were closed to passengers but specified cargo and retail goods for certain essential products and supplies were permitted.

Italy jurisdiction report: Copyright in industrial design

Italy25-05-2021Simone Milli

It is well known that industrial design works need to satisfy two requirements to be eligible for copyright protection in Italy: creative content and artistic value.

India jurisdiction report: SEPs at the crossroads

India25-05-2021Manisha Singh and Varun Sharma

With the largest number of mobile connections in the world, India has become a market not just for new mobile devices and connections but also a growing market for mobile device manufacturers.

France jurisdiction report: Copyright and free artistic expression

France24-05-2021Aurélia Marie

On February 23, 2020, the Court of Appeal of Paris upheld the decision of the Tribunal de grande instance de Paris, of November 8, 2018, condemning the American artist Jeff Koons and the Centre Pompidou for infringing a photograph dating from 1985.

China: Secret solutions

China24-05-2021Xiaojun Guo

Stronger laws and greater interest from authorities and judges are increasing the use of trade secrets in China, says Xiaojun Guo of CCPIT Patent and Trademark Law Office.

Delivering diversity

Argentina24-05-2021Raquel Flanzbaum

The dearth of women in senior positions in law continues to be a pressing issue throughout Latin America, but positive strides are being made in Argentina, says Raquel Flanzbaum of Ojam Bullrich Flanzbaum.

Mexico: Post-grant possibilities

Mexico24-05-2021Verónica Avilez

The regime around patent post-grant amendments in Mexico has changed but their impact is yet to be known in practice, says Verónica Avilez of Dumont.

The NFT revolution: can patents be tokens?

International24-05-2021Muireann Bolger

IP entrepreneur Erich Spangenberg has a plan to turn patents into non-fungible tokens and unlock ‘billions of dollars’ in untapped assets. Muireann Bolger caught up with IPwe CEO to find out more.

What brands can learn from Chanel’s logo defeat

EU19-05-2021Robert Reading

The ruling against the French fashion label in its trademark dispute with Huawei shows that risks to brands can come from further afield than they may expect, says Robert Reading of Clarivate.

Google v Oracle: a UK perspective

18-05-2021Rajvinder Jagdev and Peter FitzPatrick

Rajvinder Jagdev and Peter FitzPatrick of Powell Gilbert consider how Google v Oracle, recently decided by the US Supreme Court, would play out in the UK, and caution against assuming the US position on fair use for software is widely applicable.

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