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Penja pepper’s GI: a major step forward for African IP

Africa05-04-2022Alissa Nayanah

The EU’s registration of Sub-Saharan Africa’s first geographical indication is an incredible milestone, as Alissa Nayanah of Adams & Adams reports.

A stylish direction: how IP can support ethical fashion


As the practices of fast fashion draw ire from climate campaigners ahead of Green Earth Day this month, IP can play a key role in promoting ethical apparel brands, as Danny Awdeh of Finnegan explains.

Should I opt out of the UPC?

EU, UK29-03-2022Julia Gwilt

With the pan-European court looming, it is decision time for patent owners, says Julia Gwilt of Appleyard Lees.

Russia’s IP appropriation adds to impact of sanctions

EU, Russia28-03-2022Alina Popescu and Flavia Ștefura

The removal of rights from ‘unfriendly countries’ will cause an exodus of know-how too, explain Alina Popescu and Flavia Ștefura of MPR Partners.

‘I blamed myself for my differences’: neurodivergence and IP

International24-03-2022Rebecca Campbell

During Neurodiversity Celebration Week, Rebecca Campbell of Mewburn Ellis outlines the challenges faced by many neurodivergent IP lawyers

NFTs: protecting your brand

International24-03-2022Rola Daaboul

Businesses and IP owners need to be clued into the complicated world of NFTs in order to arm themselves against the looming threat of infringement in the industry, says Rola Daaboul is special counsel at Akerman

New masters: painter’s win clarifies ‘pastiche’

Germany23-03-2022Christiane Stuetzle

By applying the copyright exception to an ‘analogue’ work, a German court reflected our digital reality, says Christiane Stuetzle of Morrison & Foerster.

Tourist trap: popular design held invalid

UK22-03-2022Liz McAuliffe

Instantly recognisable to anyone who has visited the city centre, the ‘London’ tee-shirt motif has been held invalid. Liz McAuliffe of EIP explains more.

Cape Verde: a taste of things to come

International21-03-2022Diana Pereira

The archipelago’s food and drink producers are waking up to the IP protection its unique products can enjoy, explains Diana Pereira of Inventa.

‘Peppa Pig’ case portends Russia retaliation

Russia, UK18-03-2022Terry Green and Tegan Miller-McCormack

After a Russian court allowed the infringement of ‘Peppa Pig’ trademarks, will more Western marks be next? Terry Green and Tegan Miller-McCormack of Katten Muchin Rosenman report.

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