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Kingsley Egbuonu

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  • Wed, 31 May 2017

    The corporate IP stars of 2017

    Managing Intellectual Property IP STARS has published its 2017 list of highly recommended in-house counsel who deal with IP

  • Thu, 16 March 2017

    Make your nominations for the Global Anti-Counterfeiting Awards 2017

    Managing IP and the Global Anti-Counterfeiting Group (GACG) are inviting nominations for the 2017 Global Anti-Counterfeiting Awards

  • Thu, 24 November 2016

    ITMA becomes CITMA

    The Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys (ITMA) has become the Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys (CITMA) following the official presentation of its Royal Charter at a ceremony in London

  • Thu, 15 September 2016

    Supporting IP education in Africa

    Managing IP attended the official welcome ceremony for the ninth cohort of students on the WIPO/ARIPO masters programme in IP at Africa University, Zimbabwe. Kingsley Egbuonu tells all about the IP books he donated at the event, his visit and how you can join us support IP education in Africa

  • Tue, 30 August 2016

    Webinar: IP Stars 2017

    Managing IP invites those responsible for legal directory submissions for their firms to join us for our webinar taking place on September 13. Among other things, participants will learn about our research process and get guidance on making submissions for IP Stars 2017

  • Tue, 19 July 2016

    Africa IP news round-up (July 2016)

    South African government endorses the 2014/15 R&D tax incentive scheme and IP Consultative Framework; AdWord keyword bidding is fair game in South Africa; TRIPS Council meetings in June and July; TRIPs Protocol reaches 76 signatories; MPP signs patent licence deal with generic manufacturers; ARIPO’s draft Arusha Protocol Regulations reviewed; INTA comes to Africa in September - Kingsley Egbuonu summarises Africa-related IP news in recent weeks

  • Wed, 13 July 2016

    Users of Madrid System warned about problems

    The International Bureau of WIPO has highlighted key problems which users of the Madrid System may experience as a result of its new IT platform and plans to resolve them. Problems include backlogs and notification issues

  • Wed, 18 May 2016

    Trade mark Stars and firm analyses published

    The list of highly recommended trade mark practitioners and firm analyses for Managing IP – IP Stars (2016) have been published online. The IP Stars handbooks are also available to pick up at the INTA Annual Meeting

  • Fri, 23 October 2015

    DSM, patent box, WIPO and EPO: European news roundup

    EU Commission’s Digital Single Market not intended to weaken copyright; UK’s consultation on patent box reform; Ireland’s patent box tax rate announced; Turkey acquires access to Saab 9-3’s technology; Moldova to become an EPO validation state; WIPO’s 2016/17 budget and program approved; latest PCT-EPO guidelines published; and EPO sign MOU with IP Australia and USPTO were in the IP headlines in Europe

  • Wed, 14 October 2015

    Africa and the Middle East IP news round-up, October 2015

    GI status in OAPI for Scotch Whisky; the GCC Trade Mark Law implementing regulations approved; the practical consequences of Algeria’s accession to the Madrid Protocol; Liberia’s Senate adopts several international legal instruments on IP; and Nigeria’s state-owned oil company enforces its trade mark rights: Kingsley Egbuonu rounds up recent news from Africa and the Middle East

  • Fri, 07 August 2015

    IP news summer roundup: Asia and Africa

    A new JPO procedure, Barack Obama promoting innovation in Africa, enforcement in Nigeria and patent discussions at WIPO feature on our latest roundup of recent IP developments

  • Wed, 05 August 2015

    IP news summer round up: Europe

    Kingsley Egbuonu summarises some recent IP developments in Europe – including an investigation of Sky, concerns about patent boxes, TTIP and WIPO’s budget

  • Wed, 03 June 2015

    Confidential information and cybersecurity

    Businesses that rely on confidential information for a competitive advantage need to take practical steps on cybersecurity, and prepare for the long-term ramifications of the proposed EU trade secrets directive

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    Alonso Camargo of Olivares outlines how Mexico's opposition system runs in parallel to an application at… https://t.co/bvGh3FRzNK

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    Alonso Camargo of Olivares reveals "one of the most peculiar" aspects of Mexico's new opposition system at #globaltm17 - "Anyone can oppose"

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    Here's our take on the #STRONGER Patents Act introduced by @ChrisCoons @TomCottonAR, @maziehirono & @SenatorDurbin… https://t.co/mlG01zpbnO

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