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Have you explored our topic pages recently?


Many of the articles in Managing IP's online archive, which goes back to 1999, are easily accessible via our topic pages. Here's how to find them

One of the features of our website is the themed topic pages, which include many news reports, articles and interviews related to particular topics. These pages can often be the quickest way to find information on subjects you are interested in.

You can explore the topics using the following links:

Patent topics A-Z

Trade mark topics A-Z

Copyright topics A-Z

The topic pages are constantly being updated as new articles are posted. Recently updated pages include:



Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA)


Tobacco trade marks

Unitary Patent & Unified Patent Court

We also create new topic pages to mark special occasions, such as for the recent World Chocolate Day.

We are always adding new topics and updating existing ones, so do check the above links regularly if there are subjects you are interested in. Also please do contact me with any suggestions for new topic pages that you would find useful.

Note that while the topic pages themselves are all freely accessible, access to some articles will require a subscription or free trial.

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Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas has hired former Anand & Anand partner Swati Sharma and hopes to compete with specialist IP firms
Rapporteur-Judge András Kupecz ruled that education and training weren’t legitimate reasons for a member of the public to access documents
Searches for comparison prior art will be a little easier, but practitioners will have to put more thought into claim construction and design patent titles
The Helsinki local division rejected AIM Sport’s request for a preliminary injunction in a dispute with rival Supponor
We provide a rundown of Managing IP’s news and analysis coverage from the week, and review what’s been happening elsewhere in IP
The FTC’s plans to scrutinise improperly listed Orange Book patents could make these listings more important in litigation, but firms should be looking at this anyway
Counsel at Debevoise & Plimpton explain how they helped food delivery business Grubhub avoid a preliminary injunction at the Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit