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IP Office Cooperation in Action

EU16-11-2020Saman Javed

IP offices are increasingly realizing the benefits of working together and building ever-more sophisticated networks outside their immediate spheres of influence, as Saman Javed explains.

Blockchain and IP: Limitless Possibilities?

International16-11-2020Sarah Morgan

Blockchain has become a buzzword in recent years, but is the technology walking the walk as well as talking the talk? Sarah Morgan reports.

Madrid: a flourishing system?

International16-11-2020Sarah Morgan

Progress on implementing the Madrid System for international trademark registration around the world presents a mixed picture, as Sarah Morgan reports.

US vs China: the race to patent blockchain

China13-11-2020Elizabeth Lam

As the race between the US and China to patent blockchain heats up, Elizabeth Lam of Minesoft outlines how innovation and research and development insights can be drawn from patent data.

Semiconductors and patent strategy evolution

International13-11-2020Arabinda Das

The semiconductor industry’s approach to IP has largely been shaped by the rapidly developing technology. Arabinda Das of TechInsights charts how patent strategies have evolved.

Embrace change to create new markets

International13-11-2020Charles Hill and Daniel Comerford

Disruptive technology creates productive lawyers, business growth and stability, so it’s time for law firms to embrace its potential rather than fearing it, as Charles Hill and Daniel Comerford of TrademarkNow argue.

The name of the game: ‘legal’ before ‘patentable’

China12-11-2020Yonggang Wang

To obtain a gaming patent, one must ensure the application uses non-‘gambling’-related terms, as Yonggang Wang, CCPIT Patent and Trademark Law Office explains.

A delicate balance: IP rights and the public interest

India, International12-11-2020Ranjan Narula and Suvarna Pandey

Despite only one compulsory licence being granted in India so far, the country’s provisions could prove a useful tool in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. Ranjan Narula and Suvarna Pandey of RNA Technology and IP Attorneys report.

IP under Biden: what does the future look like?

China10-11-2020Sarah Morgan

US President-elect Joe Biden is pushing forward with his plans for office, but what effect will his presidency have on IP?

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.

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