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From Brexit to pro bono: a busy year for UK patent attorneys

16-06-2017

The Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys has been busy preparing for Brexit and launching a range of initiatives, including a pro bono scheme, as Rebecca Gulbul reports.

Maintaining your reputation

International15-06-2017

Owners of reputed brands that have low inherent distinctiveness should monitor developing EU case law in order to maintain their status, writes Marina Perraki of Tsibanoulis & Partners Law Firm.

Class headings and protection within them

France14-06-2017Aurélia Marie

The IP Translator decision, which required trademark owners to specify the goods and services applied for, does not apply retroactively to trademarks registered before this decision.

FRAND: painting a clearer picture

International14-06-2017Alexander Haertel

Over the past two years a clearer picture has begun to emerge on what litigation and licence agreements need to take into account in the FRAND area. Alexander Haertel of LESI reports.

Risky business: the challenge of patent contingency claims

International12-06-2017Paul J Sutton

While some lawyers may want to avoid taking on patent cases involving contingency claims, others will fancy the adrenalin rush associated with recovering huge monetary rewards. Paul J Sutton of Sutton Magidoff has more.

IP Centrum: upsetting the apple cart

10-06-2017Simon de Banke

Renewals and EP validation services may not seem like the most obvious place for innovation in the IP industry, but at IP Centrum the aim is to profoundly change the way the business works. WIPR spoke to CEO Simon de Banke to find out more.

Dealing with John Doe Orders in India

India09-06-2017Amruta Mahuli, Abhijeet Deshmukh and Abhishek Pandurangi

In an effort to reduce piracy, the media and film industries are increasingly seeking John Doe orders against internet service providers, illegal unlicensed distributors and cable operators, say Amruta Mahuli, Abhijeet Deshmukh and Abhishek Pandurangi of Khurana and Khurana.

Avoiding the perils of collaboration

Japan09-06-2017Yoshitaka Sonoda, Natalie Crick

Foreign businesses operating in Japan must consider several important points if they wish to successfully manage the development of technology jointly with Japanese corporations. Yoshitaka Sonoda and Natalie Crick of Sonoda & Kobayashi provide the details.

UPC: the role of the CJEU

EU, UK06-06-2017Lorna Brazell

If the CJEU is seen as a significant component of the UPC system the UK may prefer to withdraw from it, but in reality how involved might the CJEU be, asks Lorna Brazell of Osborne Clarke.

Conference preview: Judge Hacon on UPC and Brexit

UK05-06-2017

In an interview before the Unitary Patent & Unified Patent Court 2017 conference in Munich on July 5, Richard Hacon, presiding judge at the UK Intellectual Property Enterprise Court, discusses the UPC and why the system will not be ready for December 2017.

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