Courts around the world dealt with some cutting-edge IP cases during 2009. Managing IP's team of journalists explain how the winning side prevailed in 10 of the most important
As the economic downturn bites, in-house IP theft is on the rise. Martin Baldock explains the role of computer forensics in catching the culprits and provides advice on keeping your data safe
The EU has set out rules for determining whose law applies to contractual or non-contractual conflicts. Aurélia Marie outlines how they should be applied to cross-border IP disputes
Ling Ho, Audrey Shum and Kathryn Sanger explain how China's new Patent Law has affected the way commercial contracts should be drafted
Paul Rosenblatt advises owners of US trade marks on how to protect their rights if a business fails
John Rondini and David Syrowik examine how patent owners are adapting their business practices a year on from Quanta
Having a well-known trade mark often offers additional protection against infringement. Correspondents in six jurisdictions explain how to maximise your rights
From Aaradhana Sadasivam, senior executive officer (IP), KhattarWong, Singapore
Eileen McDermott reports from Washington DC on the oral arguments in the Bilski case
China's government has released draft rules on national standards. Peter Ollier reports
Europe's highest court has been asked to rule on whether fake goods in transit through the EU can be seized by Customs, report James Nurton and Emma Barraclough
Q&A on what EU member states agreed in December
Agreement will lead to harmonisation of classification systems
Seven jurisdictions have applied to launch non-Latin country-code top-level domains. Fionn O'Raghallaigh explains
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Foreign IP owners need to work more closely with domestic companies if they are to win greater IP protection in China. Peter Leung explains the key associations and most-effective methods of working with Chinese companies
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