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  • FB Rice opens Perth office

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

  • Lisbon Union members adopt new treaty and Regulations

    After over six years of review, and 10 days of high-level delegation meetings, the Lisbon Union members have finally adopted a new treaty that will cover geographical indications (GIs) and open up membership to intergovernmental organisations

  • Baltic firms team up

    Three law firms from Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania have joined together under the name Ellex

  • Interview: Inside PIPCU’s anti-counterfeiting drive

    As the UK’s Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit launches a new campaign, Managing IP spoke to DCI Danny Medlycott about what brand owners can do to help enforcement authorities fight criminals and raise awareness

  • IP trends at the CJEU in 2014 - data

    The annual report 2014 published by the Court of Justice of the EU reveals interesting statistics on how its courts are managing with their rising IP caseload. Below we pick out data to show trends in IP cases in both courts, with a focus on the General Court, which hears appeals from OHIM in CTM and RCD cases

  • Interview: Adair Zhou of DJI, the world's largest drone company

    Adair Zhou, IP manager for DJI, spoke to Managing IP about his company's patent management strategies and why he thinks the company represents a new kind of Chinese innovation

  • How courts are interpreting transformative use

    American football players and comic book villains featured in a discussion yesterday about the balance that should be struck between First Amendment protections and an individual’s right of publicity.

  • San Diego Annual Meeting breaks records

    The number of trademark professionals registered to attend this year’s Annual Meeting in San Diego topped 9,915 at 5pm yesterday, making it the largest INTA Annual Meeting to date.


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