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Electric bicycle dispute signposts more collisions ahead


With the e-bikes market predicted to triple over the next decade, a top brand’s lawyer explains why we can expect to see more litigation.

Patents vs NDAs: often a difficult choice

29-06-2022Paul J Sutton

Owners of inventions and IP, when seeking to monetise them, often face the difficult choice of whether to rely solely upon patent rights versus non-disclosure agreements.

Sweden: Prior art and unlocking the secrets of the past

Sweden29-06-2022Maria Zamkova

As we all know, initial studies of existing technical solutions are not only useful for securing your own innovations, but also serve to inspire when preparing and writing patent applications.

Hot topics on Mexico’s new examination procedure

Mexico29-06-2022Emilio Albarran

The Federal Law for Protection of the Industrial Property in Mexico—also known as the new IP Law—abrogated the former Industrial Property Law and entered into force on November 5, 2020.

Russia: ‘Waves of applications for confusingly similar TMs’

Russia29-06-2022Natalia Gulyaeva

Natalia Gulyaeva, partner at Hogan Lovells, tells WIPR about the current IP situation in Russia.

Japan: The end of ‘multi-multi claims’

Japan29-06-2022Ryo Maruyama

Multi-multi claims are no longer allowed and applicants for patent and utility models need to be careful, warns Ryo Maruyama of Kyosei International Patent Office.

Trademark pirates begin to pay the price in China

China29-06-2022Haiyu Li

Trademark pirates have been bothering legitimate trademark owners in China for many years. Owing to China’s strict first-to-file principle and little consideration of the earlier use or fame of the legitimate trademark owners, pirates have been profiting from hoarding big numbers of others’ brands and setting obstacles for the legitimate owners.

Africa joins the NFT hype

Africa28-06-2022Vishen Pillay, Darshan Moodley and Kareema Shaik

Distributed digital ledger technologies such as blockchain have taken the world by storm in recent years and while cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin have enjoyed much attention, other applications of blockchain technologies such as non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are gaining popularity.

Made in China

China28-06-2022Xiaojun Guo

China acceded the Hague System this year. Xiaojun Guo of CCPIT Patent and Trademark Law Office outlines what designers need to know.

Texas: the lawsuit state

28-06-2022Sarah Speight

Research has shown that US patent litigation was heavily concentrated in some familiar courts over the past three years, finds Sarah Speight.

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