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American Axle: Prolonging the controversy

25-07-2022

After the Supreme Court denied certiorari, the risk to patent holders has only grown, say Robert McFarlane and Rosanna Gan of Hanson Bridgett LLP.

Nigeria: The role of patents in promoting innovation

Nigeria22-07-2022Queen Ajura Ugbeda

Patents are essential to Nigeria’s growing economy, explains Queen Ajura Ugbeda of Inventa.

Cadbury's sweet colour victory: a taste of things to come?

UK20-07-2022Sarah Speight

Cadbury has secured its distinctive colour purple but brands will be left wondering how to apply the arguments to their own registrations, finds Sarah Speight.

Patenting life?

South Africa18-07-2022Marisol Cardoso

The IP system helps everyone to benefit from biotechnology inventions, argues Marisol Cardoso of Inventa.

Why were Toyota, Honda, and GM sued by Intellectual Ventures? Connected cars and patent litigation

Japan14-07-2022Takanori Abe

A litigious and costly period of ‘automotive wars’ has only just begun, says Takanori Abe of Abe & Partners.

UPC kickstarts judicial appointments

EU13-07-2022Muireann Bolger

Long-awaited court takes an important step forward, say lawyers from Mathys & Squire, EIP, Oxon IP, Finnegan.

Q&A: Karineh Khachatourian, KXT Law

13-07-2022Sarah Speight

Veteran IP attorney and the daughter of a professional boxer, Karineh Khachatourian, has co-founded a boutique IP firm in Silicon Valley to ‘blaze a trail’ in a post-pandemic legal landscape.

The emerging diversity standard

Spain, UK07-07-2022Muireann Bolger

Many law firms and corporate legal departments have embraced the Mansfield Rule to help them achieve greater DEI, finds Muireann Bolger.

Applying the Rogers test: A step too far?

06-07-2022Muireann Bolger

US courts have for decades applied the test to safeguard expressive works, but debate is raging over its scope and potential danger to trademarks. Muireann Bolger reports.

WTO's COVID deal: more vaccine ‘enabler’ than IP waiver?

International05-07-2022Sarah Speight

The COVID-19 IP agreement promises to enable developing countries more autonomy to produce and distribute vaccines, but it has attracted many critics, finds Sarah Speight.

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