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Influential Women in IP Class of 2019: Laura Collada

Mexico02-06-2020Laura Collada

Laura Collada, managing partner of Dumont, outlines her path to modernising the Mexican law firm and her diversity efforts.

Melisa Litvin: Finding your own voice

Argentina02-06-2020Melisa Litvin

More women must take leading positions— it will help companies become more flexible and marketable in a global environment. Gender equality should continue to be a driving force in law firms across the world, says Melisa Litvin, founder of Litvin Marzorati Legales.

Stacy Grossman: Doing it for herself—and others

02-06-2020Stacy Grossman

After a career beginning with a dramatic trial and two decades of experience, Stacy Grossman decided to strike out on her own and start a law firm. Here, she talks to Influential Women in IP about the steep learning curve and figuring out how to attract and retain clients.

Influential Women in IP Class of 2020: Vivien Chan

China, Hong Kong02-06-2020Vivien Chan

Vivien Chan helps major multinational corporations and listed companies to do business in Greater China, as she tells WIPR.

Influential Women in IP Class of 2019: Spring Chang

China02-06-2020Spring Chang

Spring Chang has played a central role in the growth of her firm, Chang Tsi & Partners, and is proud of its successes in promoting diversity, as she tells WIPR.

Positive strides: WIPR's diversity and inclusion survey

International02-06-2020Sarah Morgan

WIPR’s latest survey on diversity and inclusion provides another sombre snapshot of an industry that’s behind the times but trying hard to catch up through a variety of initiatives. Sarah Morgan reports.

Fewer bites at the IPR apple now possible

29-05-2020Evan Day and Olivia Nguyen

Evan Day and Olivia Nguyen of Perkins Coie outline the Patent Trial and Appeal Board’s tougher stance relating to serial inter partes review petitions.

Do we need new IP laws to better cope with future crises?

United Kingdom26-05-2020Manufacturing

Attempts to reassure ventilator manufacturers that they will be protected from IP litigation revealed holes in the UK statute book, argues Debra Goldwyn of Wedlake Bell.

Horror show: why Mexico’s ‘national’ content quota for streaming services should scare everyone

Mexico20-05-2020broadcast rights, Broadcasting, TV and film

A bill insisting that 30% of an over-the-top service provider's catalogue comprises ‘national’ content would be damaging for end-users, creative enterprises and Mexican culture, argue Luis Schmidt, Guillermo Trevino and Manuel Santin of Olivares.

Combating counterfeits amid a pandemic

14-05-2020Phil Lewis

With demand for counterfeit products surging during the COVID-19 pandemic, the UK Anti-Counterfeiting Group is calling for intensified defensive action by the government, law enforcement, internet platforms and brand owners. Phil Lewis of the ACG reports.

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