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  • How to use social media to get ahead

    A branding consultant and in-house counsel from Twitter and LinkedIn explained how lawyers can use social media to develop their brand and showcase their abilities in a webinar on Monday

  • Five cases that shaped IP protection in 2014

    Our five cases of the year come from Australia, Germany, India, South Africa and the United States and span patent, trade mark, copyright and design law. In the following pages, we speak to those close to the action of each case and assess their impact so far

  • ASIPI in Mexico City: day 3 report

    In his third and final update from the ASIPI Congress in Mexico City, James Nurton reports on national brands, Customs seizures, the Myriad case and Mexican inventions

  • ASIPI in Mexico City: day 2 report

    In his second bulletin from the ASIPI Congress in Mexico City, James Nurton selects five topics spanning TPP, traditional knowledge, litigation, trade marks and the 1980s

  • ASIPI in Mexico City: day 1 report

    The pan-American IP association ASIPI is celebrating its 50th birthday at its annual conference, being held this year in Mexico City. James Nurton picks out five highlights from the first day

  • UK IPO looks to further China cooperation

    A team led by UK IPO CEO John Alty visited China this week to build on both the IPO’s working relationship with the government and also with Chinese businesses

  • Tech litigator joins RPC

    Technology litigator Anna Cook joined RPC from Radiant Law in London on November 27

  • Music industry challenges UK private copying exception

    The Musicians Union, British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors and UK Music are seeking a judicial review of legislation providing a private copying exception, saying it will damage songwriters, musicians and rights owners


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