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DABUS: decoding Australia’s AI decision

Australia10-08-2021Richard Hamer, Lauren John and Alexandra Moloney

Allowing an AI as an inventor could benefit the country’s pharma and drug discovery industries, say Richard Hamer, Lauren John and Alexandra Moloney of Allens.

COVID-19: A rollercoaster ride

International09-08-2021Muireann Bolger

Nobody escaped the long shadow cast by the pandemic. Muireann Bolger heard from several lawyers about their personal ups and downs during these extraordinary times.

Widening the talent pool

International09-08-2021Fiona McBride

The IP industry could be doing more to promote gender equality but women in the industry need to share their experiences and ‘sell’ the profession to young people, says Fiona McBride of Withers & Rogers.

Class of 2021: Positive strides

International09-08-2021Zoe Butler and Tess Waldron

Zoe Butler and Tess Waldron of Powell Gilbert feature on WIPR’s 2021 Influential Women in IP and Trailblazer lists, respectively. They discuss the main D&I issues confronting the sector and what should be done to tackle them.

Diversity survey: The need for action

International06-08-2021Muireann Bolger

WIPR’s latest diversity survey shows that the legal sector is trying to deliver initiatives, but the time has come for concrete measures. Muireann Bolger reports.

IP considerations when investing in Egypt

Egypt04-08-2021Inês Sequeira

Amid major investment in infrastructure, there will be a spike in trademark applications in Egypt, Inês Sequeira of Inventa International predicts.

The G1/ 21 decision: first impressions

EU02-08-2021Andrew McKinlay

The keenly-anticipated decision is not the resounding endorsement of remote hearings that the EPO may have wished for, reports Andrew McKinlay of Appleyard Lees.

A call for change: how to make it matter

30-07-2021Muireann Bolger

The Black Lives Matter movement has led a rallying cry for greater equality for people of diverse backgrounds. IP lawyers of colour tell Muireann Bolger why the legal sector has reached a turning point.

Lessons and tips on the EPO’s new rules on admitting evidence in appeals

Europe27-07-2021Diego Alonso-Martinez and Wannes Weymiens

We’re now seeing the first batch of decisions implementing the EPO’s 2020 rules on the admittance of new evidence during appeal proceedings. Diego Alonso-Martinez and Wannes Weymiens of NLO report on what patent owners and opponents need to know.

The PTAB’s post-Arthrex future

23-07-2021David McCombs, Eugene Goryunov and Joseph Matal

Despite the latest challenge to its legitimacy, the US Patent Trial and Appeal Board has survived—and survive it must, say David McCombs, Joe Matal, and Eugene Goryunov of Haynes and Boone.

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