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Patent attorney Craig Hemenway has joined Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck LLP as a shareholder.
More European patents have been filed and granted in the first half of 2013 compared with the same time last year, the European Patent Office has revealed.
Two legal insurers have joined forces to offer protection to small and medium-sized enterprises that enforce their IP.
Singapore’s deputy prime minister Teo Chee Hean has announced plans to introduce a scheme that allows banks to accept IP as collateral when granting business loans.
US law firm McCarter & English LLP has continued the expansion of its IP practice with the hiring of two lawyers as special counsel.
Nordic law firm Magnusson has hired a former lawyer at a Swedish publishing house as partner.
Microsoft has agreed to license around 30,000 patents owned by Nokia as part of a €5.44 billion ($7.16 billion) buyout of the Finnish company’s mobile phone division.
The recently departed IP enforcement coordinator (IPEC) for the US Government has been named president of a lobby group fighting on behalf of the software industry.
A court in Finland will now hear all civil disputes over intellectual property, marking the birth of the first centralised court for IP rights in the country.
The New Zealand Patents Bill passed its third reading in Parliament on August 28th, bringing national legislation more in line with international norms.
Cameron & Shepherd Guyana
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BRYN AARFLOT AS Norway
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Henry Goh & Co Sdn Bhd Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei
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