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IP in France: help for SMEs


WIPR spoke to Pascal Faure, CEO of the French IP office, about its work helping SMEs with their IP strategy.

SEP licensing: know your rights

EU17-07-2019Brian Scarpelli

Making the case for SEP-FRAND guidelines drawn up by his organisation, Brian Scarpelli of ACT | The App Association argues that IoT pioneers need a clear set of rules to follow.

The balance between creative freedom and protecting copyright

10-07-2019Tracy Lacey-Smith

After a series of successful actions in the music industry, the fear of accusations of copyright infringement among musicians is leading to a ‘copyright claim culture’, as Tracy Lacey-Smith of SA Law describes.

Automotives: the next battlefield of SEP litigation?

International01-07-2019Pauline Debré and Simon Corbineau-Picci

SEP litigation threats have increased in recent years in the automotive sector, leading companies to consider their options, whether as SEPs owners or as implementers. Pauline Debré and Simon Corbineau-Picci of Linklaters explain the issues.

INTA: Brands for a better society

International12-06-2019David Lossignol

Brands are increasingly conscious that their responsibilities extend far beyond their shareholders. INTA President David Lossignol explains how brands can shape the world for the better, and the role the association is playing in that struggle.

CITMA: The year in review

EU12-06-2019Tania Clark

Disruption was the theme of our recent spring conference, and I could not think of a more apt way to describe the past year, and indeed the most recent few years, in the IP professions, says Tania Clark, president of the Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys.

CIPA: IP in a post-Brexit world


The resistance of the European patent system to the effects of Brexit is good news for the UK, although the situation for trademarks is different, says Neil Lampert, deputy chief executive of the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys.

LESI: Injunctions, a means to an end?

Germany, International, Japan12-06-2019Alexander Haertel

Injunctions can be a powerful weapon in licensing negotiations, but where in the world you choose to litigate makes a big difference, says Alexander Haertel of Kather Augenstein Rechtsanwälte, vice-chair of the Dispute Resolution Committee and vice-chair of the Young Members Congress at the Licensing Executives Society International.

Open season on open source?

International12-06-2019Daniel Tarr

There are several IP considerations to bear in mind when using, integrating and contributing to open source software, says Daniel Tarr of Duane Morris.

Marques: Why designs matter for brand owners

International07-06-2019Robert Stutz and Sebastian Fischoeder

Sebastian Fischoeder and Robert Stutz, co-chairs of the Marques Designs Team, discuss developing issues in design law, including the EU design consultation.

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