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Japan: Suspension of examination for divisional applications

Japan12-10-2023Ryo Maruyama

There are clear benefits to a divisional patent application based on the results of a preliminary examination or trial, explains Ryo Maruyama of Kyosei International Patent Office.

AI: credit where it’s due

International, Mexico12-10-2023Carla Santa Maria

Artificial intelligence can imitate human intelligence and behaviours as well as mental processes such as learning, analysing and solution-finding.

Fighting against unauthorised trademark use in Russia

Russia, Ukraine12-10-2023Riikka Palmos

While the protection, maintenance, and enforcement of IP are unaffected by sanctions, Russia's invasion of Ukraine has had an impact on exclusive IP rights for foreign owners, says Riikka Palmos of Papula-Nevinpat.

Swedish presidency of the Council of the European Union affecting IP rights

Sweden12-10-2023Vanessa Bélec

The presidency of the Council of the European Union (EU) rotates among the EU member states every six months.

Patents and biopiracy: the fine line between innovation and sustainability that affects all living things

International11-10-2023Marisol Cardoso

Protecting plants such as Ayahuasca, genetic material and traditional knowledge from unethical exploitation is perhaps one of IP’s most difficult, but important, missions, says Marisol Cardoso of Inventa.

Navigating the language of mental health

International10-10-2023Sarah Speight

The perception of mental health is changing, and for the better—particularly as legal professionals are among those most vulnerable to experiencing poor mental health. But is the language we use in the workplace keeping up? Sarah Speight explores.

Rewriting the rules: do we need a new kind of licence to solve genAI’s author problem?

International09-10-2023Sarah Speight

Existing models may not satisfy writers, who claim that theft by large language models is multi-layered, creating derivative works, and fundamental to the technology's success, finds Sarah Speight.

Pressing questions about AI and how to tackle them

06-10-2023William (Bill) Honaker

The exponential rise of AI, in particular generative AI tools such as ChatGPT, is presenting many as-yet unresolved issues. William Honaker of Dickinson Wright explores the questions that everyone is asking.

GDPR is the foundation for the EU’s AI rulebook

EU05-10-2023Sarah Speight

Described by some as ‘GDPR Turbo’, the EU AI Act is built upon data privacy laws—but goes much, much further, as Sarah Speight discovers.

South Africa's stricter advertising laws explained

South Africa05-10-2023Alissa Naran

Brands need to be aware that this year the country introduced new regulations around advertising, infomercials and programme sponsorship, explains Alissa Naran of Adams & Adams.

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