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A year in review: transparency and the EU Communication on SEPs

EU, Sweden03-10-2018mobile devicesMonica Magnusson

A year on from the European Commission’s Communication on standard-essential patents (SEPs), published in November 2017, Monica Magnusson, vice president IPR policy at Ericsson, looks at the relevant developments since, focusing on industry efforts to improve publicly-available information on SEPs.

Breathing life into AI


As artificial intelligence research surges across the globe, WIPR looks at the effect that patent filings in this area will have on companies.

Protecting innovation in ‘Brexit Britain’

UK02-10-2018Graham Burnett-Hall

While the eventual impact of Brexit remains unknown, the implications for IP owners could be far-reaching, as Graham Burnett-Hall of Marks & Clerk explains.

The consequences of the new Mexican rules

Mexico01-10-2018Christian Thomae

After recent legal changes in Mexico to declaration of use requirements, trademark owners should review their portfolios to determine if their rights are affected, says Christian Thomae of Dumont.

Spreading the protection blanket in Mexico

Mexico01-10-2018Alejandro Moreno Hernández

Mexico would be well suited to joining the Hague Agreement on designs, which is a practical and cost-effective solution for international IP owners, says Alejandro Moreno Hernández of Uhthoff, Gómez Vega & Uhthoff.

Conference preview: Life Science IP Forum, London


The issue of inefficiencies in the life sciences IP market is a hot topic to be discussed at the Life Science IP Forum in London in November, as WIPR finds out.

SEPs: a landmark judgment

India28-09-2018Vaishali Mittal

The Delhi High Court has issued the first-ever judgment in India on standard-essential patent licensing, as Vaishali Mittal of Anand and Anand reports.

On the road to better IP protection

India28-09-2018Baani Talwar

Micro, small and medium enterprises can be the backbone of future economic growth in India, so the government is trying to boost their use of IP rights, as Baani Talwar of Rahul Chaudhry & Partners reports.

IP law firms: time to wake up


Traditional IP law firms need to wake up to the major changes that service providers are causing in the legal industry, or risk vanishing forever, says CEO of Brandstock, Volker Spitz, in an interview with WIPR.

Protecting marks around the globe

Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru27-09-2018Rodrigo Bonan

While there is no uniform understanding of free movement of goods and services on the world market, trademark owners should implement policies to deal with parallel imports, including in South America. Rodrigo Bonan of Luiz Leonardos & Advogados reports.

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