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  • How “strikingly similar” works can Lose Yourself a copyright case in New Zealand

    November 09, 2017

    A recent copyright win in New Zealand for rapper Eminem highlights the risks involved in creating a work with another work in mind, and may be influential in other Commonwealth jurisdictions like Australia and the United Kingdom

  • Key points of Australia's proposed IP reforms

    September 12, 2017

    Reforms are coming in Australia as the government responds to the Productivity Commission inquiry into IP arrangements

  • The Top 250 Women in IP (2017)

    May 23, 2017

    Managing Intellectual Property IP STARS has published its annual list of the leading female IP practitioners in private practice

  • Managing IP Global Awards Winners 2017

    March 10, 2017

    The Global Awards Dinner was held at The Savoy in London on March 9, with 300 guests from 89 firms and 44 countries

  • Judges weigh in on expert evidence around the world

    September 21, 2016

    The issues of expert evidence and what role it plays in IP cases was debated by a panel of judges at the AIPPI World Congress

  • IP Stars 2017 research now underway

    September 05, 2016

    Research for the 2017 edition of IP Stars, Managing IP’s legal directory, starts today. Kingsley Egbuonu and Jennifer Ruther highlight some of the things you need to know and why IP firms and practitioners worldwide should participate by making a submission

  • Interview: Nakeena Taylor of Pandora, corporate counsel, Pandora

    July 14, 2016

    Nakeena Taylor, an IP lawyer and compliance expert from music streaming service Pandora, speaks to Managing IP about licensing and challenges facing creative content owners in music technology

  • The Marrakesh Treaty comes into force – what impact will it have?

    July 12, 2016

    The Marrakesh Treaty, which will improve access to published works for the visually impaired, comes into force on September 30. Natalie Rahhal speaks to people who were involved in the copyright treaty’s negotiation to find out what that means in practice and what impact it will have

  • Marrakesh Treaty brought into force by Canada accession

    June 30, 2016

    The Marrakesh Treaty to Facilitate Access to Published Works for Persons Who Are Blind, Visually Impaired or Otherwise Print Disabled will come into force on September 30

  • Singapore High Court allows writ to be served through social media

    June 27, 2016

    Social media such as Skype, Facebook and internet message boards can be used to serve court papers in Singapore, the High Court ruled in Storey, David Ian Andrew v Planet Arkadia

  • Latest people moves in Asia - June 2016

    June 09, 2016

    Our regular round-up runs through partner and national IP office moves as well as new offices in Asia, including SIPO, Spruson & Ferguson, Vinson & Elkins, K&L Gates, White & Case and Anderson Mori & Tomotsune

  • Managing IP Global Awards 2016: the winners

    March 11, 2016

    Managing IP's 2016 Global Awards Dinner was held at The Savoy, London on March 10

  • Managing IP Global Awards 2016 - shortlists

    January 29, 2016

    Managing IP's annual Global Awards Dinner - held this year on March 10 at The Savoy in London - recognises the outstanding firms of the past year in Asia-Pacific, Europe and Latin America. Ahead of the awards announcement, we publish the shortlists for each category

  • Don’t fret over threats of proceedings for IP infringement

    January 28, 2016

    Correspondents in Australia, Canada, Germany, the UK and the US review the law and recent developments on threats of proceedings for IP infringement that are groundless or may interfere with business activity

  • AIPPI’s 2015 Resolutions explained

    December 04, 2015

    IP stakeholders from around the world agreed four Resolutions on patents, trade marks, copyright and trade secrets at the AIPPI World IP Congress in October. Sarah Matheson discusses each of them

  • The ABC of the TPP

    December 04, 2015

    After seven years of debate, and 19 formal rounds of negotiations, the Trans-Pacific Partnership was agreed in October this year. Its IP provisions, which are among the most controversial, will have an impact on pharmaceutical protection, copyright, trade marks, geographical indications and enforcement, among other areas. Peter Leung provides a summary of the main points and over the following pages we look at the impact country-by-country

  • Interview: Sarah Matheson, AIPPI Reporter General

    October 12, 2015

    In an interview with the AIPPI Congress News, Reporter General Sarah Matheson provides a guide to what’s happening during this week’s Congress

  • Australia's inquiry into IP system reflects TPP concerns

    August 18, 2015

    The government's Productivity Commission announced today that it is opening a public inquiry about the IP laws, including how these laws interact with the country's trade obligations

  • Dallas Buyers Club, poisonous priority & UPC locations – news roundup

    August 14, 2015

    Recent IP developments in Europe and Asia include a defeat for Dallas Buyers Club in Australia, a new referral to the EBA in Europe and a decision on the location of the London branch of the UPC. Plus: a webinar on IP Stars and a speech by Jeremy Phillips

  • FB Rice opens Perth office

    May 22, 2015

    The new office in Western Australia will be led by Mary Turonek

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