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  • People and firm moves in Europe (April 2017)

    We round up news from Bristows, Cleveland Scott York, Dentons, Bryan Cave and Simmons & Simmons

  • Latest moves in Asia (April 2017)

    Managing IP rounds up recent moves from DLA Piper, Anaqua, Bird & Bird and Beijing East IP

  • Women in IP Interview: Marla Grossman

    American Continental Group’s Marla Grossman has recently been involved in legislative efforts to overhaul Section 101 and make the selection of the copyright register more efficient. She tells Natalie Rahhal about her career path to being an IP influencer

  • The latest people moves in the US

    Managing IP’s regular review of the latest moves and appointments in the US includes hires by Oblon, Schiff Hardin, Covington & Burling, and Goodwin Procter, as well as the latest on the USPTO leadership

  • A catch-up with Mark Whitaker, MoFo partner and AIPLA president

    Morrison & Foerster partner Mark Whitaker is in the middle of a busy term as president of the American Intellectual Property Law Association. He talks to Michael Loney about legislative fixes to patent venue and Section 101, what changes to the PTAB he would like, how responsive to IP the Trump administration will be, and the outlook for the International Trade Commission

  • Vietnam grapples with well-known trade marks

    Despite its membership of international agreements, the protection of well-known marks in Vietnam is uncertain. This situation needs to change, argue Tran Manh Hung, Tran Kieu Hoa and Le Mai Linh

  • Registering scent trade marks – not to be sniffed at?

    Hasbro is trying to register a US trade mark for the smell of Play-Doh, despite only a few scent marks being registered at the USPTO. Natalie Rahhal asks why a company would seek this type of mark and what the process is for getting one

  • Japan grants colour trade marks

    In March, for the first time, the Japan Patent Office (JPO) recognised two colour per se trade marks

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