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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.

EPO’s G1 /21 videoconf hearing ends on a cliffhanger

EU06-07-2021Douglas Drysdale and Ellie Purnell

Last week’s European Patent Office hearing into the legality of oral proceedings by video conference faced technical issues of its own, as Douglas Drysdale and Ellie Purnell of HGF discovered.

Brand owner’s friend: the Lanham Act at 75

05-07-2021Cindy Walden

The Trademark Act of 1946 has changed over the decades but remains a bedrock of US trademark law, says Cindy Walden of Fish & Richardson.

A profile of patent applications filed in Mozambique

Mozambique05-07-2021Vítor Sérgio Moreira

Careful analysis of data shows that a strong IP system may be a gateway for sustainable economic growth in Mozambique, reports Vítor Sérgio Moreira of Inventa International.

Oatly v PureOaty: cereal killer

UK29-06-2021Mark Kramer and Sarah Talland

Oatly is taking legal action against fellow oat-based drink brand, PureOaty, for trademark infringement, a move that underlines the importance of big thinking on IP when a brand is in its infancy, say Mark Kramer and Sarah Talland of Potter Clarkson.

2020: Nigeria’s progress on copyright reform

Nigeria28-06-2021Inês Monteiro Alves

Despite the disruption of the past year, Nigeria has seen a number of key developments in copyright law, Inês Monteiro Alves of Inventa International reports.

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