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The NFT revolution: can patents be tokens?

International24-05-2021Muireann Bolger

IP entrepreneur Erich Spangenberg has a plan to turn patents into non-fungible tokens and unlock ‘billions of dollars’ in untapped assets. Muireann Bolger caught up with IPwe CEO to find out more.

What brands can learn from Chanel’s logo defeat

EU19-05-2021Robert Reading

The ruling against the French fashion label in its trademark dispute with Huawei shows that risks to brands can come from further afield than they may expect, says Robert Reading of Clarivate.

Google v Oracle: a UK perspective

18-05-2021Rajvinder Jagdev and Peter FitzPatrick

Rajvinder Jagdev and Peter FitzPatrick of Powell Gilbert consider how Google v Oracle, recently decided by the US Supreme Court, would play out in the UK, and caution against assuming the US position on fair use for software is widely applicable.

Stamping out the copycats

China14-05-2021Alex Baldwin

A damages win for New Balance offers a warning of things to come for China’s infringers, reports Alex Baldwin.

Amazon’s transparency on fakes is good news for brands

International14-05-2021Megan Rannard

The e-commerce platform’s counterfeits report is part of a trend by online retailers’ to improve enforcement and boost reputations, says Megan Rannard of Marks & Clerk.

UPC update: the roadblocks hampering the rollout

EU12-05-2021Sebastian Fuchs, Schi-Hwa Chae and Tatiana Dolenko

Despite various hurdles, the Unified Patent Court and Unitary Patent project march on. But issues in Germany and Brexit could affect its start date and success, say Sebastian Fuchs, Schi-Hwa Chae and Tatiana Dolenko

Dispelling myths during AAPI Heritage Month

06-05-2021Tom Chen

May heralds Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month in the US. Tom Chen of Haynes and Boone unpacks the issues that still affect US lawyers from this ethnic minority background.

How to create greater gender diversity at the US patent bar

06-05-2021Linda Thayer

As the US Patent and Trademark Office reviews its requirements to sit the patent bar, Finnegan partner Linda Thayer explains why change is vital to promote greater gender diversity in the patent field.

Career series: Lisa Ramsey, University of San Diego

06-05-2021Muireann Bolger

Lisa Ramsey, professor at the University of San Diego School of Law, explores her love of IP and the ongoing need to tackle implicit bias when it comes to promoting diversity in law.

Protecting theatrical works in South Africa

South Africa06-05-2021Júlia Alves Coutinho

On the back of recent legislative changes, Júlia Alves Coutinho of Inventa International explains the rules when it comes to using copyright to protect theatrical works.

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