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Rice wars: the dispute over Basmati GI

India, Pakistan09-11-2020NV Saisunder and Vishaka Sivakumar

As Pakistan plans to challenge India’s claim for a geographical indication for Basmati rice in the EU, NV Saisunder and Vishaka Sivakumar of Eshwars explore the background and implications of the latest source of conflict between the two countries.

Hidden depths: the problem of unconscious bias

International04-11-2020Muireann Bolger

Deep-rooted prejudices continue to blight the legal sector and its D&I efforts. But while many firms have introduced training programmes to tackle unconscious bias, it will take more than quick-fixes to change entrenched behaviour. Muireann Bolger reports.

Career series: Catherine Lemay, Hexo

Canada04-11-2020Muireann Bolger

Catherine Lemay, assistant general counsel–IP at cannabis company Hexo, outlines her career path and what her working day may entail.

Diversity in Mexico and beyond

Mexico04-11-2020Sarah Morgan

Véronique Durand of Baker McKenzie and Abril Rodriguez of EY share their experiences of diversity and inclusion in Mexico and discuss the current challenges to developing a more inclusive environment.

Supplementary protection certificates: Diverging interests

03-11-2020Christopher Brückner

With the end of the Brexit transition period looming, the UK’s divergence from the EU on the issue of supplementary protection certificates will begin, argues Christopher Brückner of Dennemeyer & Associates.

Arthrex: who are you calling inferior?

03-11-2020Jason Romrell, Derek McCorquindale and Brandon Andersen

In October, the US Supreme Court agreed to hear Arthrex v Smith & Nephew. Jason Romrell, Derek McCorquindale, and Brandon Andersen of Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, outline what this means.

New IP law in Mexico

Canada, Mexico02-11-2020Christian Thomae

Christian Thomae of Dumont outlines the significant amendments made to Mexico’s industrial property law following the signing of the US–Mexico–Canada Agreement.

India jurisdiction report: Judicial relief in cybersquatting disputes

India02-11-2020NV Saisunder and Aanchal Nichani

Trademark protection in cyber space presents a unique challenge to brand owners. The possibility of registering domain names with multiple combinations of name strings, coupled with several generic and country code top-level domain name extensions, makes it practically impossible for brand owners to eliminate infringement in the domain name system.

Record TM filings at the USPTO—but do they conceal a darker picture?

02-11-2020Muireann Bolger

An unprecedented growth in trademark applications at the USPTO, largely driven by Chinese filers, has been welcomed as a positive sign of economic recovery amid the pandemic. But it raises questions around the future legitimacy of US trademarks and brands. Muireann Bolger reports.

How we celebrated Black History Month

International30-10-2020Sharon St Louis

To celebrate Black History Month, EIP’s Sharon St Louis unearthed fascinating and overlooked black inventors and shared them with her firm.

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