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Indefinite claims at the PTAB


Petitioners that attempt to take advantage of the PTAB raising an indefiniteness challenge to patent claims will likely fail, as Hailey Bureau and Chad Rink of Birch, Stewart, Kolasch & Birch explain.

Brand protection beyond Brexit: are businesses prepared?

UK28-04-2020David Potter

David Potter of HGF explains the headline findings of a survey on brand protection post-Brexit.

Russia jurisdiction report: Customs registration—pros and cons

Russia27-04-2020Annikki Hämäläinen

Although the introduction of the IP register of the Eurasian Customs Union is already established, the member states have so far failed to implement it in practice. Therefore, trademarks still have to be separately registered in all national customs registers of the Eurasian Customs Union member states, including Russia.

Sweden jurisdiction report: An annual ‘fridge check’ for IP

Sweden27-04-2020Maria Zamkova

One of the Swedish main food stores just after new year 2020 initiated a new environmentally friendly service: take a picture of the food you have in your fridge, and we will send you back a recipe of what you can make for dinner.

US jurisdiction report: The race for cannabis patents

27-04-2020Paul J Sutton

Is it possible to obtain a US patent covering cannabis? Conventional wisdom might yield a resounding “no”, but the truth is, the US Patent and Trademark Office has been granting cannabis-related patents, and it is expected that many more will be granted in years to come. 

World IP Day: how IP can go green

International, UK25-04-2020David Knight and Heidi Hurdle

The COVID-19 pandemic may have halted World IP Day’s physical celebrations, but the day to celebrate innovation is still on the minds of IP professionals across the world. David Knight and Heidi Hurdle of Fieldfisher report on how IP rights and systems can support and promote this year’s theme: the development of a green future.

Protecting your image in the Instagram era

International, UK24-04-2020Rory O'Neill

Image rights used to be a concern for only the rich and famous. But with the proliferation of influencers and new celebrities on social media, they’re becoming an everyday issue. Rory O’Neill of WIPR reports.

Dynamic injunctions in the digital environment

Mexico24-04-2020Jaime Rodriguez and Abraham Díaz

Jaime Rodriguez and Abraham Díaz of Olivares explain how so-called ‘dynamic’ injunctions have been implemented in Mexico to counter IP infringement in the digital world.

UPC: A quiet demise

UK23-04-2020Tom Phillips

The UK’s decision to exit the UPC and the manner in which it left have caused a mixture of disappointment and disbelief, as WIPR’s Tom Phillips discovers.

Protecting trade secrets at home: the risks of remote working through COVID-19

UK21-04-2020Rebecca Swindells and Andrew Aistrup

Because of the very nature of trade secrets, it is prudent to prioritise and invest in preventive measures to protect them, rather than hoping for a cure after the event as in the current pandemic, say Rebecca Swindells and Andrew Aistrup of Jones Day.

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