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  • What you need to know about the digital single market

    The European Commission is pushing ahead with the digital single market, despite serious concerns in the audiovisual industry. James Tobias sets out the developments so far, and what is likely to happen next

  • Which IP practitioners are moving firms in the Americas?

    In our regular round-up, we summarise recently announced partner and national IP office moves in the Americas, including a new role for the former PTAB chief judge and hires from BakerHostetler, Shearman & Sterling, Baker Botts, Potomac Law Group, Covington, Jones Day and more

  • Euromoney Legal Media Group Asia Women in Business Law Awards 2015: Winners announced

    The best female lawyers from across the region gathered at the JW Marriott in Hong Kong on November 11 to celebrate the advancement of women in the legal profession at the fifth Euromoney Legal Media Group Asia Women in Business Law Awards

  • Federal Circuit limits ITC jurisdiction over digital goods

    In a decision that some practitioners say is unsatisfying and a prime candidate for an en banc rehearing, the Federal Circuit ruled that the ITC does not have jurisdiction over infringing digital goods

  • Brexit, TRIPS, General Court and WTO – European IP news roundup

    European Commission thinking on SPCs under the UPC, Off-patent Drugs Bill failing again in UK, the TPP being published, a WTO TRIPS Council’s decision on a pharma protection exemption request by LDCs, the European Parliament endorsing a plan to increase the number of General Court judges, and a Law Society report on Brexit and IP were in the recent IP headlines in Europe

  • US music publishers push for deregulation of songwriter royalties

    According to David Israelite of National Music Publishers Association, music services such as Spotify and Pandora are taking advantage of antiquated laws and decrees that date back to the First and Second World War at the expense of songwriters

  • Latest IP moves – Europe and Africa

    Rouse Africa, boesling IP, Bardehle Pagenberg, Inventa, Ramberg Advokater, Collyer Bristow, Redd, J A Kemp, Wood IP and the CJEU all feature in our latest summary of who’s moving where

  • Compulsory licensing of IP rights in China

    China has implemented TRIPs standards for compulsory licensing in its IP laws. Matthew A Murphy explains how this affects patents, copyright and plant varieties


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