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Enforcing unregistered rights post-Brexit

UK02-11-2018Jessica Le Gros and Daniel Joy

It may be harder for owners of unregistered trademark rights to enforce their marks in the UK after Brexit, in view of recent case law and the UK’s application of the Paris Convention. Jessica Le Gros and Daniel Joy of Baker McKenzie report.

Dennemeyer: the one-stop-shop for IP filings


Dennemeyer & Associates’ global team of patent experts comprises not only patent attorneys but also product managers, administrators and IP specialists, as the firm explains.

How to draft a killer blockchain patent

23-10-2018Kirk Sigmon and Scott M Kelly

Inadequate preparation is the source of many problems surrounding the drafting of blockchain patents, say Kirk Sigmon and Scott M Kelly of Banner & Witcoff, who provide some tips on how to stay ahead of the game.

A state of flux: the Huawei v ZTE FRAND framework

EU19-10-2018mobile devices, TelecomsChrista Brown-Sanford

Despite the European Commission’s intervention, standard-essential patent owners and standards implementers will need to look to the courts for additional developments and guidance in the area of FRAND licensing, says Christa Brown-Sanford of Baker Botts in the US.

Conference review: 2018 AIPPI World Congress, Cancun

Mexico16-10-2018Olga Sirakova

Olga Sirakova, Secretary General of AIPPI, looks back on a successful 2018 World Congress in Cancun, Mexico.

Profiling the patent searchers


With the help of statistics and client comments, WIPR profiles some of the major players in the patent search industry and examines what makes them stand out.

The USITC: where patent venue has no name

US11-10-2018Patrick McCarthy

As the US Supreme Court’s TC Heartland ruling continues to reshape the patent litigation landscape, patent owners may start seeking alternatives, including the International Trade Commission, says Patrick McCarthy of Goodwin.

Brazil: Inspiring the private sector to go public


Brazil’s government needs to do more to boost innovation and patent filings, particularly from the private sector, as WIPR finds out.

A jump start in IP protection in India


India’s government is trying to boost innovation and IP filings by startups and SMEs, but there is some way to go, as WIPR finds out.

IMPI: well-equipped for the future


Five years into his tenure as IMPI’s director general, Miguel Ángel Margáin is positive about the progress Mexico has made in IP, particularly on the trademark front, as WIPR finds out.

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