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Sweden: Europe’s most innovative?

Sweden20-10-2021Vanessa Bélec

Will Sweden ever take the lead as the most innovative European country, asks Vanessa Bélec of Fenix Legal.

Africa: challenges of the Madrid System

Africa19-10-2021Jenny Pienaar and Kareema Shaik

The international registration system counts many African states as members but its use is patchy, explains Jenny Pienaar and Kareema Shaik of Adams & Adams Attorneys.

The Netherlands: pressure point

18-10-2021Robin Keyner

A dispute involving “Kärcher yellow” has clarified the situation for prospective colour marks, explains Robin Keyner of Arnold & Siedsma.

DABUS: AI missed opportunity?

UK14-10-2021David Brinck

Lord Justice Birss’ dissenting judgment offered a workaround to a deficiency in the UK patents system, argues David Brinck of EIP.

Patents in Africa: ARIPO vs contracting states' laws

Africa14-10-2021Marisol Cardoso

When patenting in Africa, the easy route is not always best, says Marisol Cardoso of Inventa International.

Career series: Alice Stephenson, Stephenson Law

International13-10-2021Muireann Bolger

Alice Stephenson tells WIPR about how being a homeless teenage mother and overcoming prejudice inspired her to make a difference in law.

Leading on D&I: Argentina’s new gender identity law

Argentina12-10-2021Raquel Flanzbaum

As Argentina unveils a landmark gender identity law, Raquel Flanzbaum of Ojam Bullrich Flanzbaum explores how legislation and the legal profession can both be great disruptors when driving change.

Mental health and tech: what role can IP play?

International11-10-2021Alex Gardiner

Rapid technological advances have exerted positive and negative effects on our mental health, so how can the law and IP help swing the pendulum in favour of the former, asks Alex Gardiner of EIP.



ECTA is inviting IP professionals to ‘waltz’ their way to its 39th Annual Conference to be held in Vienna later this month.

India: A new era of IP litigation in India

India05-10-2021DPS Parmar

While there was no immediate need to abolish a well-established and functional institution such as India’s Intellectual Property Appellate Board, the global trend favours the centralised handling of certain IP disputes such as patents infringements, revocation and appeal cases.

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