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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.

Finding a creed of tolerance

International16-11-2022Muireann Bolger

As reports of religious intolerance rise, IP lawyers share their personal stories with Muireann Bolger.

L'Oreal case hones law for single letter trademarks

EU14-11-2022Henrike Strobl

A case involving L’Oréal has clarified the General Court’s position on protection for single letter marks, explains Henrike Strobl of Nordemann.

METI’s ‘Good Faith Negotiation Guidelines for Standard Essential Patent Licenses’

Japan11-11-2022Takanori Abe

Japan’s good faith guides are essential for undertaking SEP negotiations in the country, explains Takanori Abe.

Lanham Act: will SCOTUS review of $114m TM win bring further scrutiny of US law?

10-11-2022Sarah Speight

By agreeing to review a win by a US company against its European distributor, the Supreme Court will wade into how foreign sales can influence damages awards. Sarah Speight garners views from trademark attorneys at Rothwell Figg and Fish & Richardson, who examine whether the top court will address a split among the circuits.

A numbers game: D&I targets and the IP profession

10-11-2022Muireann Bolger

Do D&I targets stimulate change, or alienate those trying to achieve it? WIPR Diversity speaks to lawyers on both sides of the debate

Lidl v Tesco: a turning point for evergreening?

UK08-11-2022Muireann Bolger

A decision concerning bad faith arguments in a dispute between Lidl and Tesco could have significant implications for trademark owners, finds Muireann Bolger.

Promoting women in STEM


What does it mean for women to be at the heart of our business? Janine Swarbrick and Sofie McPherson of HGF examine the gender balance in IP and what is being done to improve it.

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