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  • 2015 in Canadian IP cases: copyright

    Managing IP is rounding up important intellectual property decisions coming out of Canadian courts last year. In copyright, this included the Supreme Court affirming the principle of technological neutrality in copyright law and a Court of Appeal ruling on meta tags

  • UK’s IP threats law reform may be imminent

    The UK government has responded to stakeholders’ concerns on a bill to reform the law on unjustified threats relating to IP infringement, adding that it intends to give the bill a smooth transition in parliament

  • Trade secrets up in the air

    Cloud services make storing and accessing large amounts of information easier and cheaper. This gives in-house IP counsel the perfect opportunity to refresh their trade secrets strategy, argue Mark Ridgway and Annsley Merelle Ward

  • Managing IP North America awards 2016 – shortlists

    Shortlists for this year’s Managing IP North America awards have been announced. The outstanding firms and individuals in US and Canadian intellectual property will be announced during a dinner at the Four Seasons Hotel in Washington DC on March 17

  • Managing IP Global Awards 2016 - shortlists

    Managing IP's annual Global Awards Dinner - held this year on March 10 at The Savoy in London - recognises the outstanding firms of the past year in Asia-Pacific, Europe and Latin America. Ahead of the awards announcement, we publish the shortlists for each category

  • Amendments recommended to US Copyright Act statutory damages provisions

    The US Department of Commerce has issued a report recommending amendments to copyright law that it believes would provide more guidance and greater flexibility to courts in awarding statutory damages

  • Don’t fret over threats of proceedings for IP infringement

    Correspondents in Australia, Canada, Germany, the UK and the US review the law and recent developments on threats of proceedings for IP infringement that are groundless or may interfere with business activity

  • USPTO appoints Rocky Mountain director, and other US people moves

    In our regular round-up, we summarise recently-announced partner and national IP office moves in the Americas, including hires by the USPTO, Pryor Cashman, AIPLA, Orrick, Mayer Brown, Perkins Coie and Baker McKenzie, as well as two law firm mergers

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