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In-house sources say clarity on what counts as lawful access to data will be key to the success of the UK’s new copyright exception
The Copyright Office refused to grant protection on the basis that the authorship couldn’t be distinguished from the final work produced by the program
The UKIPO published the results of its consultation on AI and IP today, June 28, and plans to shake up the rules on copyright and data
At Managing IP’s Intellectual Property and Innovation Summit, a Verizon lawyer said companies had to comply with ethical and other standards when using AI
In-house counsel at a virtual conference discussed how the UK’s copyright regime could be improved, with discussions turning to AI and Agatha Christie
The UK and Swiss governments have agreed to share knowledge on IP, just days after announcing a similar deal for customs
Ankit Sahni, who received the first-ever copyright registration in India recognising an AI tool as a co-author, has ticked off a second grant in Canada
The withdrawal notice asked Ankit Sahni to inform the Copyright Office about the legal status of the AI tool Raghav Artificial Intelligence Painting App
Counsel at Bayer, Regeneron and two other companies explain what the rise of software in their firms means for IP protection and finding outside counsel
The Court of Appeal’s ruling in the DABUS case provided a small ray of light for AI inventorship, but the wider conversation is also beginning to shift
In an interview, Ankit Sahni says legal recognition of emerging tech is important for incentivising innovation and meeting new-age commercial needs
UKIPO CEO Tim Moss speaks to Managing IP about moving past Brexit, and champions the relevance of IP in government policy
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After some initial successes last year, the DABUS appeals look to be running out of steam, says Tom Furnival of Mewburn Ellis
Katharine Stephens and Toby Bond of Bird & Bird examine the horizontal data access aspects of the EU’s draft Data Act and their impact on IP rights
Andrew Blattman of IPH picks five IP trends that barely existed two years ago but will affect stakeholders across Asia-Pacific and beyond
Anthony Del Monaco, Kara Specht, and Kathryn Judson of Finnegan weigh in on AI-related technologies and other IP challenges facing car companies
Interviews; Exclusives

Interviews; Exclusives

Mary Rasenberger talks about her work protecting authors’ rights, the CASE Act, and why we shouldn’t expect the next Great American Novel to come from AI
Phyllis Turner-Brim talks about her career, the need for balance in intellectual property policy and her passion for diversity and inclusion
Derek Gilliland, who became a magistrate judge at the Western District of Texas this month, delves into his work, thoughts on Alan Albright and ambitions
Kirupa Pushparaj talks about his move to a fintech start-up focused on young-person financial independence, career progression and start-up IP needs
Sources from the High Tech Inventors Alliance, the Senate Judiciary IP Subcommittee and NPE Dominion Harbor weigh in on the rise of the Western District of Texas
Heath Hoglund, chief patent counsel at Dolby in San Francisco, sits down with Managing IP to talk about licensing, FRAND and more
David Simon, senior vice president of IP at Salesforce, shares his views on Section 101, Fintiv, the DMCA, and more
The intellectual property CEO of one of the world's largest telecoms companies talks about licensing, harvesting collaboration and global outreach
In Managing IP’s first corner office podcast, Bryan Zielinski talks about his company’s IP challenges and opportunities, AI, and more
The Federal Circuit’s latest decision that Teva induced infringement has stakeholders worried that US skinny label law has been thrown out the window
In this Managing IP masterclass, IP directors from Thyssenkrupp and AB InBev discuss the challenges of managing a post-pandemic in-house team
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