MIP's fifth annual list of the 50 most influential people in IP includes politicians, campaigners, IP owners, in-house counsel, academics and judges. Plus: interview with Alison Brimelow, EPO president
Following the recent decision in Douglas v Hello!, Isabel Davies and Tom Scourfield introduce a review of image rights protection in Europe
Australia's highest court rewrote the rules on inventive step in a decision in May. Bill Bennett explains what the ruling means for patent applicants
A recent decision will change the procedures under which IP cases are handled in Italy. Massimiliano Mostardini and Licia Garotti explain
Carefully crafted trade mark licences can enrich licensors and licensees, say Oliver Herzfeld and Richard Bergovoy
David Fleming explains that courts have highlighted aspects of surveys' design that determine their effectiveness
Technological advances are putting copyright law under pressure in India. Poorvi Chothani assesses where the courts are likely to draw the line
At a web-based seminar organized by MIP in association with Fish & Richardson, practitioners discussed the impact of KSR v Teleflex
A monthly column devoted to IP curiosities and controversies, named in honour of John of Utynam - who received the world's first recorded patent in 1449
November / December 2019
IP law: are the pressures taking their toll?
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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