The first part of the eighth annual World IP Survey unveils the top-ranked firms in 27
jurisdictions in Europe, Asia and North America. Below, we explain how the results were compiled
An agreement on access to medicines thrashed out before the start of the WTO's Cancun meeting was a salve for the beleaguered conference, but the temporary solution still leaves many questions unanswered. Ingrid Hering reports
John Williamson, chief intellectual property counsel for PPG Industries and president of the Intellectual Property Owners Association, believes that maintaining the quality of patent searches and examination, and encouraging global harmonization are the biggest issues facing patent owners. He spoke to Sam Mamudi
Expect to see a more mature system of IP litigation in China in the years to come.
The predicted increase in the number of IP court cases will provide invaluable experience for trial lawyers, argues Gordon Gao, in the second of a two-part article on conducting IP litigation in China
Slogans used as trade marks have been at the centre of a number of disputes on both sides of the Atlantic recently. Kate Hammond and Jason K Schmitz examine whether
slogans qualify for protection, and how brand owners can obtain registrations
Music companies have won the right to search three Australian universities' servers for evidence of copyright infringement. But Catherine Lee argues that stricter control of
universities' networks will not necessarily solve the problem of illegal downloading
Trade dress is an important, but often overlooked, way to protect your IP assets. Anessa Owen Kramer explains how to obtain protection in the US, and reviews some recent cases
The new system of resolving domain name disputes in Hong Kong is a great improvement on the old method. Domain name owners can now make use of a quicker and cheaper way to assert their rights, explain Christopher Tung and Minny Siu
Elizabeth Stotland Weiswasser examines the status of the statutory safe harbor
exemption from pharmaceutical companies in the US, in light of the Federal Circuit's
comments in the recent Integra case
Brian Ager, Director General, European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations
November / December 2019
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Following World Mental Health Day, Max Walters seeks the views of in-house professionals on whether they struggle with workplace pressures, and asks how to improve wellbeing
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