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An interview with Dr José Rodrigo Roque Díaz


WIPR spoke to Dr José Rodrigo Roque Díaz, newly appointed director general of the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property, about promoting the importance of IP protection and raising the institute's profile in Mexico.

NPEs: malevolent or misunderstood?


Patents not only protect valuable technology, they are increasingly becoming assets in their own right, traded and licensed in a standalone market. WIPR looks at Intellectual Ventures and RPX Corporation to find out more about NPEs.

Biopiracy: plundering the treasure chest of traditional knowledge?

01-12-2011BiopiracyZoë Clyde-Watson

The concept of 'bioprospecting' or 'biopiracy' has become a hot topic in recent years. Zoë Clyde-Watson takes a look.

BIO Europe, CCD Congress Centre, Düsseldorf, Oct 31 - Nov 1


The BIO Europe conference this year takes in a variety of hot topics in the life sciences arena. WIPR takes a look, and talks to speaker Perter Homberg about how dealmaking in the industry is changing.

Big ten: key court decisions of the year

Canada, China, France, Italy01-12-2011

WIPR takes a look at what IP practitioners and commentators have said are some of the most influential court cases to have been decided over the last 12 months.

Supreme Court of Canada safeguards rights of prior trademark owners

Canada01-12-2011Cynthia Rowden and Catherine Lovrics

Canada's Supreme Court has issued an important trademark decision that will be welcomed by trademark owners and practitioners. Cynthia Rowden and Catherine Lovrics explain.

Infringing streams - enforcement difficulties and recent US developments

01-12-2011Heiko Burow

Tackling illegal online streaming of copyrighted material is the next global challenge for copyright owners. Heiko Burow explains.

Impact of the America Invents Act on patent challenges at USPTO

01-12-2011Eldora Ellison and Deborah Sterling

The AIA was enacted on September 16, 2011, creating new proceedings for challenging patents at the USPTO. Eldora Ellison and Deborah Sterling discuss the predominant post-assurance proceedings that are (or will become) available.

IP Week: four days to find solutions to the crisis


At a time when unity is needed more than ever to tackle sovereign debt issues, there's one particular field where Europeans are gathering to move forward: intellectual property.

Focussed on the future


Ahead of the IP Week discussion panel featuring heads of major patent offices, WIPR talks to Jorge Ávila, president of Brazil's INPI, about international cooperation and PPH.

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