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Protecting the without prejudice rule

UK04-02-2021Richard Roberts, Aidan Southall and Georgia Carr

The English Court of Appeal has avoided a potentially dangerous erosion of the without prejudice rule. Richard Roberts, Aidan Southall, and Georgia Carr of Potter Clarkson report.

How to end the abuse of litigation in SEP licensing

China02-02-2021Roberto Dini

Some implementers are engaging in hold-out tactics to delay having to take a licence to SEPs, argues Roberto Dini of Sisvel.

Disrupting bias: why specific prejudices require a tailored intervention

UK01-02-2021Raph Mokades

Raph Mokades founded London-based recruitment company Rare Recruitment to help people from diverse backgrounds develop careers in elite professions, including law. He tells WIPR that when it comes to tackling deep-rooted bias, a tailored approach is required.

Career series: Jo-Ann See, Amica Law

Singapore01-02-2021Muireann Bolger

Jo-Ann See, director of Singapore law firm Amica Law, describes to WIPR how she developed a love of IP after a shaky start in the sector, and why career challenges should be viewed positively.

UPC scenarios: optimists look to summer 2022

EU28-01-2021Wouter Pors

While it is true that the Unified Patent Court’s latest hurdle could delay the project for years, ratification is more likely, argues Wouter Pors of Bird & Bird.

A boost to consumer confidence

India26-01-2021Ranjan Narula and Shabnam Khan

Updated rules for India’s e-commerce platforms seek to crack down on infringers who sell on the growing online marketplace, explain Ranjan Narula and Shabnam Khan of RNA, Technology and IP Attorneys.

How Industry 4.0 is driving global patent applications

International25-01-2021Tom Furnival

The so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution and the FRAND licensing landscape are leading to a significant growth in patent applications. Tom Furnival of Mewburn Ellis reports.

Should Iancu’s successor take a softer tone on China?

China22-01-2021Rory O'Neill

The legal sector has been mulling the legacy of Andrei Iancu as he confirmed this week that his three-year term as head of the world’s biggest national IP office had come to an end.

Protecting “The Chokwe Thinker”

Africa, Angola19-01-2021Vera Albino

The adoption of an Angolan statuette as a cultural icon has raised questions over the protection of art as a trademark. Vera Albino of Inventa International explores the issues.

How the Synlait case increases the evidentiary value of letters of consent in China

China15-01-2021George Chan, Ricky Xing and Zoe Sun

A dairy company’s trademark triumph at China’s top court has significantly increased the evidentiary value of letters of consent. George Chan, Ricky Xing and Zoe Sun of Simmons & Simmons report.

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