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Our most recent issues includes features on Brexit, Actavis v Lilly, CRISPR, Cuba, the UDRP, 3D trade marks and the Life Sciences Awards winners

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October 2017 issue

In the September issue, we take a detailed look at Brexit, with articles on how IP firms are preparing and the top five legislative challenges and an exclusive interview with UK IPO boss Tim Moss.

The September issue also includes articles on the Rovi Guides v Telenet case at the CJEU; WIPO's latest overview of UDRP questions; trends in distinctiveness of 3D trade marks; patents and trade secrets in the chemicals industry; the communication to the public in copyright law; trade mark forum shopping in Europe; and US patent litigation data.

Image In the October issue, correspondents in six countries consider the impact of the UK Supreme Court decision in Actavis v Lilly on the doctrine of equivalents.  There are also pieces on the CRISPR patent pool; geographical indications in China and the EU; trade mark piracy in Cuba; Australia's IP reforms; the winning firms and individuals at the LMG Life Sciences Awards; and concerns over the Madrid Protocol in Africa.

Regular features in both issues include our news and moves roundups, a selection from our blog, IP gossip in Utynam's Heirs and sponsored articles from our international briefings correspondents worldwide.



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