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IP everywhere: the great challenge of the metaverse

International23-06-2021Sophie Goossens

The metaverse could challenge some of the most fundamental concepts underpinning IP. Sophie Goossens of Reed Smith explains what it is and what it means for intangible assets.

Protecting inventions in Africa

Africa22-06-2021Marisol Cardoso

When filing patents in Africa, there are essential points to consider between regional patent offices, says Marisol Cardoso of Inventa International.

Chanel v Crepslocker: does exhaustion apply?

EU16-06-2021Flavia Stefura

Fashion house Chanel claims the discount resale of its luxury products tarnishes its brand. Flavia Ștefura of MPR Partners examines whether its case stands up.

A guide to ‘straw person’ oppositions

EU15-06-2021Terry Instone

In Europe, it’s possible to file patent oppositions while remaining anonymous. Terry Instone of Appleyard Lees explains how the ‘straw person’ system works.

‘We will not stay silent and sit idly by’

International11-06-2021Jennifer Salinas

A year on from the murder of George Floyd, Jennifer Salinas, executive director, global litigation, Lenovo, explores why it is vital for the legal sector to learn the lessons of the past and address its historic lack of diversity.

Career series: Susi Fish, IP Inclusive

EU, UK11-06-2021Muireann Bolger

Susi Fish, partner at Boult Wade Tennant and co-lead of the Women in IP committee of IP Inclusive, discusses her love of the patent profession and deep-rooted commitment to promoting D&I in IP.

The African Continental Free Trade Area: what’s the role for IP?

Africa11-06-2021Vítor Palmela Fidalgo

The AfCFTA could signal greater integration of IP policies across the African continent, reports Vítor Palmela Fidalgo of Inventa International.

Conference preview: IP Law Online Summit 2021


Benedict Frey is one of the ultimate thinkers for the 34th marcus evans IP Law Online Summit 2021, 16 – 17 June.

A catalyst for action

10-06-2021Scott Burwell

Clients have become a key driver in achieving law firm diversity, particularly if they insist upon greater representation of Black and Hispanic lawyers among their outside counsel. Scott Burwell, partner at Finnegan, reports.

Nokia-Daimler settlement leaves questions unanswered

EU, Germany09-06-2021Tom Furnival

Daimler’s tricky position made a deal likely but big issues over SEP licensing roll-on, says Tom Furnival of Mewburn Ellis.

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