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Digital decisions: brands in the metaverse

International07-09-2023Sarah Speight

As we grapple with this brave new world, how should brands ready themselves for playing—or not playing—in this emerging market? Sarah Speight reports.

What happens to Wilko’s IP?

UK05-09-2023Emma Kennaugh-Gallacher

After the 90-year-old chain store ceased trading, its IP portfolio fell into the hands of insolvency practitioners. Emma Kennaugh-Gallacher of Mewburn Ellis explains what happens next.

Training generative AI: separating fact from fiction

International01-09-2023Andrew Wilson-Bushell

AI systems using creative works as training data will cause tension until rights holders are fairly compensated, but the road to resolution is a rocky one, says Andrew Wilson-Bushell of Simkins.

In the pink: Mattel's unstoppable Barbie dream

30-08-2023Marisa Woutersen

From Greta Gerwig’s screen success to Mattel’s trademark triumph, Marisa Woutersen examines the Barbie licensing phenomenon.

Why prospects look good for trade-related IP rights in the African market

Africa, Rwanda29-08-2023Olusola Aleru

The proposed implementation of the African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement 2023 could deliver a solid foundation for IP in the region, says Olusola Aleru of Inventa Nigeria.

‘A massive feel-good story’: FIFA’s IP team on protecting the Women’s World Cup 2023

Australia, New Zealand25-08-2023Marisa Woutersen

The most popular tournament in the women’s game to date will draw its future IP strategy level with the men’s, FIFA’s counsel tell Marisa Woutersen.

'Listen, learn and agree': Avanci's senior VP on its 5G licensing programme

International24-08-2023Sarah Speight

Laurie Fitzgerald, who led the patent licensing pool’s latest connected vehicle programme to eventual realisation, tells Sarah Speight how listening to stakeholders was pivotal.

How a baby goods maker won a ‘rare’ US injunction

23-08-2023Muireann Bolger

In a series in which attorneys explore notable brand victories, Shamita Etienne-Cummings of Allen & Overy outlines her team’s route to success in Wonderland’s child car seat patent dispute.

Caltech v Apple: an unusual triumph for university patents?

22-08-2023Alfonso Chan and Raphaël Chabaneix

The long-running dispute between Apple and a university may be resolved, but the IP of educational institutions remains an easy target for efficient infringers, say Alfonso Chan and Raphaël Chabaneix of McKool Smith.

How to handle the ‘wild west’ of generative AI: part 2

18-08-2023Matt Savare and Bryan Sterba

The use of generative AI tools has led to questions over the copyrightability of certain outputs as well as publicity rights issues, say Bryan Sterba, Matt Savare and Chloe Rippe of Lowenstein Sandler.

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