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India: Patents-in-waiting

India23-09-2019Joginder Singh

With pendency rates ranging up to four years, India’s patent owners have a range of options to protect their innovations while they wait, explains Joginder Singh of LexOrbis.

Video gaming: time for e-sports to level-up

Brazil23-09-2019Paulo Parente M Mendes, Daniela Camara Colla and Rodrigo Cantarino

The fast-growing electronics sports scene has audience figures rivalling those of ‘real’ sports, prompting potential legislative changes in Brazil. Paulo Parente Marques Mendes, Daniela Colla and Rodrigo Cantarino of Di Blasi, Parente & Associados, explain.

Innovation trends: The truth behind transactions

International23-09-2019Eric Podlogar

As the sources improve, transaction data is becoming an accurate and useful measure of economic development, says Eric Podlogar of ktMINE.

Coexistence Agreements: Commerce, confusion and consent

Mexico23-09-2019Gabriela Armas

Keeping the delicate balance between private agreements and the obligations of authorities may need a change in the law, as Gabriela Armas of Uhthoff Gomez Vega & Uhthoff explains.

Patent licensing: The patent battleplan

Canada23-09-2019Peter Hanschke

Successful, high-return patent licensing programmes require planning. Peter Hanschke of TechInsights offers a guide to getting it right.

US Patent reforms: It takes two

23-09-2019MaryAnne Armstrong

It takes a long time to change the US patent system, but two significant efforts are making progress, as MaryAnne Armstrong of Birch Stewart Kolasch Birch explains.

Using technology to protect copyright in a new age

International23-09-2019Elena Galletti

Blockchain has been much-hyped as a solution to all sorts of problems but, as a means of administering and protecting copyright, it has real-world value, says Elena Galletti of Brandstock.

Canada IP laws: Ringing the changes

Canada23-09-2019Mark Vickers, Peter Cooke and Beverley Moore

The Canadian IP system has seen many updates in recent years. Mark Vickers, Peter Cooke, and Beverley Moore of BLG offer a guide to the most important changes.

Non-traditional trademarks: Sights, sounds and smells

Mexico19-09-2019Christian Thomae

Updates to Mexico’s IP law have opened the door for rights holders to protect new kinds of trademarks, but real-world applications are challenging, as Christian Thomae of Dumont explains.

Trademarks: In bad faith

China19-09-2019Bin Zhang and Lei Fu

China’s amended trademark law provides several remedies against the scourge of bad-faith registrations, say Bin Zhang and Lei Fu of CCPIT Patent and Trademark Law Office.

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