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Myanmar: A careful approach to change


Myanmar’s IP system is undergoing fundamental change: in the coming year, the country will establish an IP office and begin to enforce new IP laws. Sarah Morgan speaks with Moe Moe Thwe, deputy director general of the country’s IP department, about the progress made so far.

India: Protect engineering drawings using copyright or design?

India14-08-2020Ranjan Narula and Suvarna Pandey

Whether a technical drawing can be protected under copyright or design law in India is a complex issue, as Ranjan Narula and Suvarna Pandey of RNA Technology and IP Attorneys explain.

China: Inventive step

China14-08-2020Da Xu

Rulings made by the Supreme People’s Court could help clarify inventive step provisions in Chinese chemical and biological patent applications, explains Da Xu of CCPIT Patent and Trademark Law Office.

Mexico: Into the System

Mexico14-08-2020Victor Garrido

Mexico has joined the Hague System for the international registration of industrial designs. Victor Garrido of Dumont explains what this means to rights owners.

AIPPI: Simplifying a complex journey

International, Switzerland13-08-2020Arno Hold and Diarmuid De Faoite

Arno Hold and Diarmuid De Faoite of the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property walk WIPR through the process of how the association’s resolutions are created and their influence on the international IP system.

CITMA: Why the UK is more than Brexit

UK13-08-2020Richard Goddard

Regardless of its EU status, the high standard of the UK’s trademark system remains, says Richard Goddard of the Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys.

AIPF: Better for boutiques

13-08-2020Brett Lunn

The Association of Intellectual Property Firms is dedicated to supporting the unique needs of boutique IP firms so they can better serve their clients, says association president Brett Lunn.

IACC: Finding your pack

International13-08-2020Travis Johnson

Travis Johnson of the International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition explains how brand owners can build connections with various interested groups to help them solve the problem of counterfeits.

Marques: Technology—six trends to watch

EU13-08-2020Susie Harris

Technological developments bring many opportunities for practitioners to improve brand protection and enforcement, says Susie Harris of Marques.

LESI: Territorial tangle

EU, France, UK13-08-2020Alexander Haertel and Jonas Block

The lack of procedural harmonisation in FRAND cases is a growing—and global—problem, say Alexander Haertel and Jonas Block of Licensing Executives Society International.

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