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  • The 50 most influential people in IP

    Our 13th annual list of the 50 most influential people in IP is the most diverse ever. But do you agree with our selections? Join the debate online and on Twitter using the hashtag #MIP50

  • WilmerHale adds partner in LA

    James Hill has joined WilmerHale’s Los Angeles office as partner in the intellectual property department and member of the IP litigation and life sciences practices

  • Federal Circuit says biosimilar applicants can decline patent dance

    The Federal Circuit in Amgen v Sandoz was split two ways, holding biosimilar applicants can opt out of the patent dance provisions but must wait for approval before giving 180 days notice of marketing. Applicants and patent owners now face tricky strategic questions

  • ARIPO DG speaks out on the Banjul Protocol and PAIPO

    ARIPO is working to make the Banjul Protocol more effective and preparing for the possibility of a pan-African IP office, as its Director General Fernando dos Santos – one of this year’s MIP 50 - explained

  • Interview: Fernando dos Santos on PAIPO and ARIPO

    In an interview with Managing IP, ARIPO’s Director General, Fernando dos Santos, talks about the proposed Pan African Intellectual Property Organisation (PAIPO), the recently adopted Arusha Protocol, ARIPO filing statistics and challenges

  • Q&A: Nokia’s Richard Vary on CJEU judgment in Huawei v ZTE

    Managing IP asked Richard Vary, vice president and head of litigation at Nokia, for his views about last week’s decision from the CJEU and its impact on FRAND-related litigation

  • PTAB petitions hit 2015 high in June

    The 182 inter partes review petitions filed at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board in June was the most since June 2014. The month also saw two more post-grant review petitions as well as the Board instituting the first ever PGR proceedings

  • Data: PTAB petitioners, patent owners and law firms in the first half of 2015

    Managing IP analyses the busiest companies and law firms at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board so far this year, using Docket Navigator. The first half was notable for petitions from automotive companies and the Coalition for Affordable Drugs, while an Acacia Research subsidiary was the most targeted entity


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