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China’s IP filings remain strong in 2018


Figures released last week show that IP applications in China were strong in 2018, with practitioners telling WIPR that many factors have contributed to this solidity.

Motorola secures victory over Hytera in Germany

Germany, US18-07-2018

Telecoms equipment company Motorola Solutions secured another victory over rival Hytera Communications earlier this week, after the Regional Court of Mannheim in Germany granted an injunction against Hytera.

Practitioners share hopes for Campinos’s replacement


Christian Archambeau’s succession of António Campinos as executive director of the European Union Intellectual Property Office has been well received by practitioners, who hope he will be a “safe pair of hands” amid Brexit turmoil.

New decrees ‘rescues’ Türk Patent


A new decree has retained the functions of the Turkish Patent and Trademark Office, but set out a plan to partially restructure the office, according to practitioners, just a week after a different decree appeared to abolish the institution.

West to lose innovation race by 2029: report

China, EU, International, South Korea, UK, US17-07-2018

The US, EU and UK are set to lose their innovation leadership positions to China and South Korea by 2029 if they don’t take steps to improve innovation and commercialisation processes.

DLA Piper adds IP partner from McDermott Will & Emery

US16-07-2018Movers & Shakers

Eric Hagen, who was previously head of the trade secrets practice at McDermott Will & Emery, has joined DLA Piper’s Los Angeles office as a partner.

UK trademark applications soar over 22-year period

EU, UK16-07-2018

The number of trademark applications filed at the UK Intellectual Property Office last year was nearly triple the total filed in 1995, new statistics show.  

Delhi High Court backs Philips in SEP case


The Delhi High Court sided with electronics company Philips late last week in finding that its standard-essential patent had been infringed by India manufacturers.

Mixed IP reaction to Brexit White Paper

EU, UK13-07-2018

The UK government yesterday published its latest White Paper on Brexit, but the document leaves several IP questions unanswered, according to lawyers.

Philips patent invalidated in SEP fight with HTC and AsusTek


The English High Court has held that a standard-essential patent owned by technology company Philips is invalid, two months after it upheld the validity of another related SEP in the same dispute.

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