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LSPN Connect: artificial intelligence and IP

EU22-07-2020Muireann Bolger

Artificial Intelligence (AI) offers exciting and unprecedented opportunities for life sciences and healthcare but also poses complex questions for the IP sector, as an LSPN Connect session discovered yesterday, July 21.

US accuses Chinese nationals of decade-long hacking campaign

China22-07-2020Sarah Morgan

The US Department of Justice has charged two Chinese nationals with hacking into the computer systems of hundreds of victims, including companies working on COVID-19 research.

Internet Archive, Wikimedia withdraw software patent suits

21-07-2020Rory O'Neill

The Internet Archive and the non-profit behind Wikipedia have withdrawn their lawsuits against a software company who accused them of patent infringement.

WIPO launches Madrid online filing assistant

21-07-2020Muireann Bolger

The World Intellectual Property Organization has unveiled the “Madrid Application Assistant”, which automatically records all the information required to complete an international trademark application.

UK formally withdraws UPC ratification

EU20-07-2020Rory O'Neill

The UK has formally withdrawn its ratification of the agreement to establish the Unified Patent Court, spelling a definitive end to British involvement in the project.

Norton Rose Fulbright names new Riyadh-based partner

Saudi Arabia20-07-2020Movers & Shakers

Norton Rose Fulbright has added IP lawyer Zayd Alathari as a partner to its Riyadh office.

UKIPO waives late charges until March 2021

20-07-2020Rory O'Neill

The UK Intellectual Property Office has unveiled a set of temporary fee reductions that will come into force at the end of this month until March 2021.

Chinese investigation seizes $242m in fake products

China20-07-2020Muireann Bolger

Shanghai police have uncovered counterfeit goods valued at more then than 1.7bn yuan (US$242m), and exposed 240 criminal counterfeiting dens this year during a major crackdown on IP violations in the country.

EU regulator begins IoT competition inquiry

EU20-07-2020Rory O'Neill

The European Commission has launched a competition inquiry into the Internet of Things sector, focusing on potentially abusive practices related to standards and data.

USITC to investigate US and Chinese sports management companies

20-07-2020Muireann Bolger

The US International Trade Commission (USITC) will investigate the importation of fitness devices by several sports management companies, it announced in a notice posted on July 16.

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