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SEPs: a landmark judgment

India28-09-2018Vaishali Mittal

The Delhi High Court has issued the first-ever judgment in India on standard-essential patent licensing, as Vaishali Mittal of Anand and Anand reports.

On the road to better IP protection

India28-09-2018Baani Talwar

Micro, small and medium enterprises can be the backbone of future economic growth in India, so the government is trying to boost their use of IP rights, as Baani Talwar of Rahul Chaudhry & Partners reports.

IP law firms: time to wake up

International27-09-2018

Traditional IP law firms need to wake up to the major changes that service providers are causing in the legal industry, or risk vanishing forever, says CEO of Brandstock, Volker Spitz, in an interview with WIPR.

Protecting marks around the globe

Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru27-09-2018Rodrigo Bonan

While there is no uniform understanding of free movement of goods and services on the world market, trademark owners should implement policies to deal with parallel imports, including in South America. Rodrigo Bonan of Luiz Leonardos & Advogados reports.

Protecting ‘It’s the real thing’

Brazil26-09-2018Paulo Parente Marques Mendes and Beatriz Vergaça Castro

While IP laws don’t protect advertising slogans in Brazil, that doesn’t mean they can’t be secured by other means. Paulo Parente Marques Mendes and Beatriz Vergaça Castro of Di Blasi, Parente & Associados report.

Bring on the battles

Brazil26-09-2018Ricardo Nunes

The relatively low standards for obtaining preliminary injunctions make Brazil a favourable jurisdiction to enforce patent rights in global litigation, argues Ricardo Nunes of Daniel Legal & IP Strategy.

How to create valuable IP assets

25-09-2018Abdullah Rahal

There are several ways to boost the strength of a patent portfolio in order to assist with monetisation, says Abdullah Rahal of TechInsights.

The quest for legal certainty

25-09-2018João Pereira Cabral and Joel Rodrigues

Mozambique’s Industrial Property Code needs major changes in order to clarify confusion surrounding distinctive signs, argue João Pereira Cabral and Joel Rodrigues of Inventa International.

Overcoming patent rejection

US24-09-2018MaryAnne Armstrong and Hailey Bureau

The USPTO’s interpretations of four Federal Circuit decisions can be summarised into three key points that help with overcoming rejections under 35 USC §101, as MaryAnne Armstrong and Hailey Bureau of Birch, Stewart, Kolasch & Birch explain.

UDRP or URS: the choice is yours

24-09-2018Victoria Friedman and Steven Shape

The UDRP and URS mechanisms for tackling cybersquatting each have their own pros and cons, so picking between the two may depend on the specific nature of the case. Victoria Friedman and Steven Shape of Dennemeyer & Associates report.

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