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Podcast: Managing IP 2020 review – 12 months in 40 minutes


Managing IP’s journalists pick their favourite interviewees and issues from 2020, and predict which topics will be hot in 2021

In a special end-of-year podcast, Managing IP’s editorial team reflected on an action-packed 12 months for intellectual property and the wider world.

Managing editor Ed Conlon was joined by Americas editor Patrick Wingrove, senior reporter Max Walters and Europe reporter Charlotte Kilpatrick to discuss COVID litigation, exoskeletons, Brexit and much more.

To find out who enjoyed a “deeply philosophical” conversation with one inventor and which issue is still – unbelievably – being discussed, click the link below.

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Lawyers at Allen & Overy provide some key takeaways from the UPC’s first few months
Speaking exclusively to Managing IP, Oliver Walsh said he is looking forward to developing cutting-edge enforcement solutions, including AI-powered predictive analysis
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We have published this year’s Corporate IP Stars list, an annual rankings publication which recognises senior in-house practitioners
The 2023 edition of Managing IP’s Rising Stars publication is now available online
Allison M Hester, attorney at Moye White, outlines Mattel's litigation history and explains what trademark lessons brands can learn from the toy company
The former BoA president won a high-profile race to succeed Christian Archambeau as executive director in July
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Van Anh Le, assistant professor in IP law at Durham University, assesses the US-Vietnam partnership and the potential implications for Vietnam's IP landscape
Civil society and industry representatives met in Geneva yesterday, September 28 to discuss a potential expansion of the TRIPS waiver