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Career series: Sanjana Sharma, UL (Underwriters Laboratories)

International31-01-2020Sanjana Sharma

Sanjana Sharma, associate general counsel for IP and knowledge management at UL, recalls her early interest in being a brand attorney and describes the rewards of working in a collaborative environment.

Ageism: the old taboo

International28-01-2020Nadia Whittley

If businesses want to get the best out of their workers, it’s time the insidious influence of bias against older employees was exposed, discussed and overcome, says Nadia Whittley of Arquer Diagnostics.

IP pages 2020: Achieving success for clients

India27-01-2020Jatin Trivedi

YJ Trivedi & Co has, since its origin in 1970, grown into a premier full-service IP law firm with offices in Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Bangalore, Pune, Surat and Rajasthan, and an international office in Canada. The firm has a strong base of well-credentialled legal and technical professionals who bring vast experience and expertise in various technical and legal backgrounds and ensure that the firm offers exceptional counselling in all aspects of IP law.

Career series: Sasha Lazarevich

07-01-2020Sasha Lazarevich

IP crimes prosecutor Sasha Lazarevich, deputy city attorney at the Office of the Los Angeles City Attorney, reveals her past inspirations and current motivations.

What’s in the USPTO’s 2019 Subject Matter Eligibility Guidance update?

24-12-2019Ryan N Phelan

Ryan N Phelan of Marshall Gerstein Borun offers a helpful guide to the US Patent and Trademark Office’s updated guidance on subject matter eligibility.

The power of mentoring

International23-12-2019Gretchen Stroud

Mentored workers feel more satisfied with and more committed to their careers, and a mentor may be a catalyst for a dramatic career change or a gentle nudge to move forward. Gretchen Stroud of Gilead Sciences explores the benefits.

Femtech: flying the flag for women’s health and innovators

International02-12-2019Anna Jackson

As well as targeting treatments for women’s health, femtech will be part of the movement towards personalised medicine for everyone, says Anna Jackson of Kirkland & Ellis.

Orphan works: Classifying the unknown

Mexico29-11-2019Marina Espitia Dager

The lack of an ‘orphan work’ principle in Mexico’s copyright law is diluting the IP rights of the country’s unknown, lost or hidden authors, Marina Espitia Dager of Uhthoff, Gómez Vega & Uhthoff argues.

Comparing eligibility in the US and Japan

Japan29-11-2019James L Korenchann, Michael D Anderson and Yukio Oishi

Business method and software claim patents are often seen unfavourably in the US, but it’s a different story in Japan. James Korenchan and Michael Anderson of McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff and Yukio Oishi of TMI Associates outline the importance of understanding where the Japanese Patent Office stands on subject matter eligibility.

Website blocking orders: Game on

28-11-2019Anna Ward and David Rose

Nintendo’s successful blocking injunction against websites distributing infringing devices may open the door for similar orders in non-IP cases, as Anna Ward and David Rose of Mishcon de Reya explain.

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