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  • Inside Beijing’s new IP Court

    Peter Leung visited Beijing’s new IP Court and interviewed Judge Chen Jinchuan, vice president of the Court, about its aims, its first cases and why he listens to French radio every morning. Plus: more news and analysis on China’s new IP Courts

Features

  • Trade mark guidance from the CJEU in 2014

    The CJEU gave 14 trade mark judgments last year, with cases including the Apple Store, the Tripp-Trapp chair and Golden Balls. Alice Stagg identifies some trends from the decisions

  • Lessons on eligibility from recent SPC rulings

    The eligibility criteria for obtaining supplementary protection certificates has been the subject of much debate since the SPC Regulation was introduced in 1992. Laura Reynolds finds some guidance in the latest rulings from the CJEU

  • Don’t be afraid of bifurcation

    Many patent specialists fear the prospect of bifurcation of cases in the Unified Patent Court. But Gottfried Schüll and Arwed Burrichter argue that the German-style system should be embraced

  • Rules that reflect different traditions

    Many practitioners outside Germany have concerns about bifurcation. Adam Cooke considers how it will work in practice in the UPC

  • Taiwan’s model IP enforcers

    Taiwan’s IP Police was founded in 2003 and has three companies with 220 officers in total, handling about 2,000 cases a year. Peter Leung spoke to the captain of the Taipei company, Wei-Hsu Chen

  • Data: the busiest companies at the PTAB in 2014

    Analysis of Patent Trial and Appeal Board petitions using the Docket Navigator database reveals the top petitioners, patent owners, law firms and lawyers during 2014

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  • Utynam’s Heirs

    A monthly column devoted to IP curiosities and controversies, named in honour of John of Utynam

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Inside Beijing’s new IP Court

Peter Leung visited Beijing’s new IP Court and interviewed Judge Chen Jinchuan, vice president of the Court, about its aims, its first cases and why he listens to French radio every morning. Plus: more news and analysis on China’s new IP Courts



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