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Patent litigation: how to win against the odds

UK02-12-2022Richard Kempner

Few UK patent cases reach trial and of those, many claimants end up disappointed. Richard Kempner of Haseltine Lake Kempner outlines how UK patent owners can triumph.

UKIPO: time to ‘start from scratch’ to achieve radical change

UK30-11-2022Sarah Speight

The UKIPO is finally revamping its systems to streamline the IP rights application process, and is calling on customers to inform this transformation, deputy director of rights policy Mike Prior tells Sarah Speight.

Ukraine’s patents: from past to present

Russia, Ukraine29-11-2022IP servicesVítor Sérgio Moreira and Anna Shcherbyna

With a history of invention and a skilled workforce, Ukraine is primed to rebound once the war is over, say Vítor Sérgio Moreira and Anna Shcherbyna of Inventa.

Italy: Radical amendments to the trademark system

Italy24-11-2022Sigrid Lily

Italians can look forward to a faster, simpler trademark dispute resolution system by the start of 2023, explains Sigrid Lily of Bugnion.

USPTO director reviews: Did OpenSky prompt a rethink?

23-11-2022Muireann Bolger

Kathi Vidal’s explosive intervention in OpenSky v VLSI saw dormant concerns over the director review process resurface. Did she go too far, will she change tack, and what might a new-look process look like? Muireann Bolger speaks to lawyers from Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, Haynes Boone, and Finnegan to find out more.

South Africa: Primed for IP outsourcing

South Africa23-11-2022Darren Olivier

With a similar time zone to Europe and a skilled workforce, outsourcing IP work to South Africa offers value for money, argues Darren Olivier of Adams & Adams.

Thinking outside the box to meet clients' demands

International22-11-2022Lisa Mueller

Diversity targets set by clients may be unrealistic for smaller firms to meet. Lisa Mueller of Casimir Jones explores how creative D&I solutions can make a difference.

Japan’s Supreme Court gives first ruling on a Criminal Trade Secret Infringement

Japan21-11-2022Takanori Abe

As Japan sees its first decision involving a criminal trade secret infringement crime, Takanori Abe of Abe & Partners provides a summary of the facts.

Navigating the haze of US cannabis TM law

18-11-2022Sarah Speight

With a rising number of US states legalising or decriminalising cannabis, Sarah Speight explores how owners of cannabis-related trademarks can seek protection without getting their fingers burned.

South Africa: Where is the trade secrets rulebook?

South Africa18-11-2022Sofia Araújo

Without specific laws, the courts have turned to opaque principles such as ‘honesty’ and ‘fairness’, explains Sofia Araújo of Inventa.

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