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All go at the ITC


As the US International Trade Commission looks set for a busy 2018, lawyers are wondering whether it can keep up with the workload and what impact—if any—President Trump’s policies will have. WIPR reports.

Protecting IP in the world’s biggest country


As the world’s biggest country, Russia must tackle IP infringement across a vast and varied landscape, and all eyes will be on its response to IP violations at the 2018 Football World Cup, as WIPR finds out.

Brexit: seeing red and feeling blue

EU, UK20-04-2018

EU legal developments combined with confusion around Brexit have left brand owners concerned about the scope of their rights, but there is now more reason to be hopeful, as WIPR reports.

Filing Analytics: the new standard in IP business development


Practice Insight says its flagship product is a “secret weapon” for IP law firms. WIPR spoke to Doris Spielthenner, general manager at Practice Insight, to find out how its Filing Analytics tool can be used to benefit IP law firms.

Conference preview: IACC 2018 Annual Spring Conference


Vishal Amin, the White House’s IP Enforcement Coordinator, will be the keynote speaker at the IACC 2018 Annual Spring Conference, as IACC reports.

Assessing the evidence: semiconductor portfolio management

18-04-2018Martin Bijman

If you are not examining the patents in your semiconductor portfolio for which evidence of use is harder to prove, you are not leveraging your full portfolio, says Martin Bijman of TechInsights.

Dodgy data: national patent records

17-04-2018Willem Lagemaat

There are large gaps in the data available on global patents, and countries signed up to the Patent Cooperation Treaty are not being active in addressing the problem, as Willem Lagemaat of Lighthouse IP reports.

Taking care with CRISPR

EU17-04-2018Cath Coombes

Attorneys drafting CRISPR patent applications in Europe may need to ensure there is relevant data to support the application if patentability relies on a specific technical effect associated with the CRISPR system used. Cath Coombes of HGF reports.

FRAND licensing: Arbitration, arbitration, arbitration


Disagreements over FRAND licensing must be settled by telecoms experts and arbitrators, not judges and regulators, says Bill Merritt, CEO of InterDigital, in an interview with WIPR.

More stumbling blocks for the UPC

EU, UK16-04-2018

While the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement has signalled a step forward in certainty, the future of IP in the UK and the Unified Patent Court after Brexit is still murky. WIPR investigates.

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