Patent owners have been shocked at how popular IPR proceedings at the PTAB have proven. As the USPTO mulls over changes and the Federal Circuit braces itself for a deluge of appeals, Michael Loney reports on how the PTAB is likely to evolve
Patent Trial and Appeal Board proceedings are increasingly popular among pharma firms, in particular among generics eager to find a new way to invalidate big pharma’s patents. Marion Webb reports
Patent owners have discovered that PTAB proceedings are an intense ordeal that leaves little chance for discovery or amending claims, while lawyers more used to district courts have endured a steep learning curve. Michael Loney reports on lessons learned from the PTAB frontlines
The working requirement in the Indian Patents Act is one of several provisions unique to the jurisdiction that raise concerns about patent holders. Mohan Dewan explains the reasoning behind the requirement and how to navigate its intricacies
Legislators and courts all over the world are grappling with the challenge that new technology poses to copyright norms. James Nurton summarises the latest developments and examines why some feel reform is vital
Geert Glas and Nieke Vanavermaete explain how retailers can protect their store layouts with trade marks
A recent rule change in Italy enables patents to be modified at any stage during litigation. Licia Garotti explains why it has been criticised, and sets out some strategies for patent owners
What happens when brands fail to secure the right music licences for their campaigns?
A monthly column devoted to IP curiosities and controversies, named in honour of John of Utynam
September / October 2019
Should I stay or should I go? Private practice v in-house
In-house or private practice? It’s a question many lawyers and attorneys will probably ask themselves at some stage in their career, as Managing IP finds out
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