Twenty cases that will change the way you work


Managing IP's cases of the year for 2012 includes the annual top 10, plus 10 smaller rulings you might have missed. By Emma Barraclough, Simon Crompton, Peter Leung, Paul Madill, Eileen McDermott, James Nurton and Alli Pyrah

This has not been a year for blockbuster cases. Even though the volume of litigation remains high, neither Europe nor Asia has thrown up many surprising results. And though the United States has given us Louboutin's red-soled shoes and the first jury trial in Apple v Samsung, both cases covered issues that had been raised the year before.

Rather, 2012 was characterised by a series of cases with important but...


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Bifurcation at the #UPC - are lawyers less worried or just resigned to it? see our new blog post at http://t.co/FuElYUe8aD

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(2/2) CJEU in Tripp Trapp: EU law can also preclude registration for shapes giving substantial value to product with several characteristics

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