There are too many of them, but too few that can represent the industry globally. Simon Crompton argues that IP associations need to become larger and more professional
AIPPI asked Robin Rolfe to suggest how it could increase its membership and relevance. These were her biggest recommendations
From founding date to size, management to cost, the biggest industry bodies and their vital statistics
How the private practice association is attempting to increase its relevance
Europe’s Cooperation Fund promises to offer new tools to help trade mark and design users. With its suite of services going live this month, James Nurton visited Alicante to find out how the work is going
David Paris explains how judicial reforms of damages law have shaped analysis of compensation in patent cases, and why such theories could soon spread to trade secrets and design patents cases
International filing work is becoming commoditised and the providers are standing between attorneys and their clients. Duncan Hart suggests how IP firms should respond
The four biggest providers of patent search systems are constantly updating their functionality. Christopher Jagalla highlights changes in the two years since the last Managing IP survey
Vladimir Biriulin and Evgeny Alexandrov of Gorodissky & Partners explain to Simon Crompton the impact of Russia’s new IP court, the Customs union and other factors on trade marks in the country
The number of fake invoices and domain-name scams is increasing. What should I be doing about them?
An AIPPI special, with some suspect marketing of Helsinki and the Nigerian group teetering on the edge of expulsion
Federal Circuit’s Brunetti ruling: barring immoral or scandalous marks is unconstitutional restriction of free spee… https://t.co/MivCKFINHg
Federal Circuit rules in Amgen v Sandoz on remand from SCOTUS https://t.co/uYIkfVhCHG https://t.co/2OZAscsz32
RT @mdloney: Canada moves closer to joining the Hague Agreement with the release of proposed new Industrial Design Regulations https://t.co…
End of Year 2017
Tribal sovereign immunity: Taking a wrecking ball to the IPR system
The lawyer behind Allergan’s controversial transfer of patents to a Native American tribe says others are “lining up to do deals”. But, Michael Loney asks, will the PTAB rule that sovereign immunity applies in these types of deals?
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