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It’s good to litigate a patent or two

Germany01-01-2011

Europe is home to many life sciences companies, so IP regimes throughout the continent’s jurisdictions need to provide cost-effective, speedy and certain litigation environments if patent disputes are to be satisfactorily settled.

For better, for worse? How shifting IP laws change the global life sciences regulatory chessboard

Canada, China, Japan, Poland, Thailand, Venezuela01-01-2011BiosimilarsRichard Gough and Jane Woodhouse

With IP laws around the world subject to frequent and sometimes unpredictable changes, it can be difficult to keep abreast of everything you need to know. Richard Gough and Jane Woodhouse take a look.

Covering all the bases: An interview with BIO President Jim Greenwood

US01-01-2011Biotechnology

BIO represents a broad constituency of biotechnology and life sciences companies. LSIPR talks to BIO president and CEO Jim Greenwood about patent reform, healthcare, court cases and plans for the future.

Banning the patenting of biological materials in Australia: fact v fiction

Australia01-01-2011BiotechnologyTania Obranovich

An Australian legislative bill could have grave consequences for the country’s life sciences industry and, potentially, for patients as well. Tania Obranovich explains.

Patenting life

EPO, EU01-01-2011Biotech Directive, BiotechnologyAshley Roughton

A case before the Court of Justice for the European Union threatens to radically redraw the patent landscape for embryonic stem cells. Ashley Roughton explains.

Business brief 2011: UK

01-01-2011Iona Harding and James Whymark

To secure a UK patent, applicants can apply to the UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO) or to the European Patent Office (EPO) designating the UK.

IP professionals can make a difference online

US01-01-2011

Claudio Digangi, Caroline Chicoine and Adam Lindquist Scoville, of the International Trademark Association, underline the importance of making your voices heard on domain name issues.

Trademarks and domain names

01-01-2011

Cybersquatting is the name given to registering, trafficking in or using a domain name in bad faith, or intending to profit from the goodwill of a trademark belonging to a third party. Aharon Factor looks at recent cases in Israel and abroad.

Evicting the squatters

01-01-2011

The expansion of available domain names continues apace. New gTLDs and more opportunities to use ccTLDs provide businesses with extra places to do business online. But with that comes danger, as Claudia Strola explains.

Tackling counterfeiters where it hurts the most: the allure of the ITC

US01-01-2011

Addressing trademark infringement traditionally begins with a cease and desist letter backed by the threat of legal action. But whereas flexing litigation muscles in state or federal court may be effective in enforcing domestic infringement, it is often inadequate to halt infringement originating abroad. Nicole McLaughlin looks at the case for the International Trade Commission.

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