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Managing IP Americas Awards 2020


The winners of the Managing IP Americas Awards 2020 will be revealed on our website on March 26 at 10am EST (New York)

The Managing IP awards programme recognises remarkable achievements and developments in the past 12 months.

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s Americas Awards ceremony in New York has been cancelled. However, Managing IP will publish the winners list on March 26 at 10am EST (New York). Read the shortlist and methodology here.

Managing IP’s head of business development Nicholas Heath will contact firms and individuals in due course.

If you have any questions about the shortlist or research, please contact our US IP STARS editor Chris Adams or the global research editor Kingsley Egbuonu.

Our thoughts are with our readers and others affected by the pandemic.

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The IPO must change its approach and communicate with IP owners about its attempts at clearing up the trademark register
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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 EUIPO management board must provide the Council of the EU with a performance assessment before it can remove the executive director
The European Commission confirmed that plans for a unitary SPC will be published in April alongside reforms to the SEP system
The court held that SEP implementers could be injuncted or directed to pay royalties before trial if they are deemed to be unwilling licensees
Patentees should feel cautious optimism over the EPO Enlarged Board of Appeal’s decision in G2/21, say European patent attorneys
Significant changes to the standard of law are unlikely, say sources, who note that some justices seemed sceptical that the parties disagreed on the legal standard
Sources say the High Court of Australia’s ruling that reputation is immaterial in trademark infringement cases could stop famous brands from muscling out smaller players