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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.

The pros and cons of Mexico’s new system to adjudicate IP damages

Mexico28-06-2022Mauricio Galindo

Two years ago, Mexico overhauled its IP law and shook up the process for claiming damages. Mauricio Galindo of Dumont reflects on some important positive and negative changes.

Opt-out strategies and the UPC

EU28-06-2022Stéphane Speich, Dr. Massimo Galluppi and Dr. Mathieu Buchkremer

Now is the time to consider what the Unified Patent Court means for your international patenting strategy, say Mr Stéphane Speich, Dr Massimo Galluppi and Dr Mathieu Buchkremer of Dennemeyer & Associates.

India: The ‘pits’ and ‘falls’ of numerical ranges

India27-06-2022DPS Parmar

Adding patent claims that include numerical ranges should be approached with caution, warns DPS Parmar of LexOrbis.

PTAB Reform Bill: a ‘reasonable fine-tuning’

24-06-2022Sarah Speight

Veterans of the board welcome proposed changes to the controversial forum, discovers Sarah Speight

Italy: Future changes to patent laws

Italy24-06-2022Simone Milli

The proposed new rules will bring the country into line with other European jurisdictions, explains Simone Milli of Bugnion.

Brands under threat


Many companies’ desire to do good is being undermined by government regulations across the globe that threaten their IP value, reports Muireann Bolger

Should you opt out or stay in?


A rightsholder’s size and patent footprint may help decide whether they participate in the new patent and court, explain Folke Johansson and Tomi Konkonen of Papula-Nevinpat

Lost in a blizzard: Buffett’s Dairy Queen TM loss


The failure of the billionaire’s ice cream chain to win its ‘Blizzard’ dispute shows that a formidable IP enforcement strategy still needs to be backed by solid evidence, finds Muireann Bolger.

The Middle East: “Still a long road ahead”

Middle East22-06-2022

Middle Eastern women face an uphill struggle to forge IP careers, but there have been some marked improvements in the UAE, as Mariam Sabet, IP lawyer at Al Tamimi, explains.

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