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COVID vaccines top Clarivate’s new brands list; Fed Circuit reverses Coca-Cola’s TTAB win; Skechers sues Brooks; USPTO to retire Public PAIR tool; CCB sees cricket complaint
Some auto leaders say they should negotiate SEP royalties collectively, while patent owners say such a move would be anti-competitive
Even as bad-faith filers drop their prices, brand owners need to be wary of a stringent assignment process that might yet make the buyback process difficult
UK Court of Appeal overturns Amazon judgment; GM takes Avanci patent licence; vaccine waiver draft released; IBM sues games maker
Russia has released a list of goods and trademarks that can be imported without permission, naming brands such as Apple, IBM and Samsung
Counsel at BMO Financial Group, Atlassian and two other companies explain how industry norms, robust contracts, and thorough IP protection can help prevent infringement from collaborators
The newly passed law will allow the government to meet supply shortages in Russia by importing goods from other countries without IP owners’ consent
The European Commission’s new Horizontal Guidelines put the spotlight on implementer holdout, in what sources say is a departure from normal practice
The Russian government wants legislation that would allow it to seize the IP and other assets of departing companies
Counsel at Western Digital, Regeneron and three other companies explain why firms need to know their businesses to tap into new opportunities
Restaurants sue Google; Albright overruled on transfer again; Europol counterfeiting report published; Avanci expands VW deal; Stolichnaya vodka rebrands
Albright transfers case to Massachusetts; Dua Lipa sued for copyright infringement; Continental loses Avanci appeal; Canopy admits patent not infringed by GW; Embrace injunctions, says US Chamber of Commerce; Federal Circuit overturns ‘Trump too Small’ rejection


Kevin Rodkey, Kathryn Judson, and Kara Specht of Finnegan discuss trends in automotive IP protection and enforcement around emerging technologies
The unitary patent system is almost ready to go, but not all counsel are convinced it’s right for them
The highly anticipated consultation signals Brussels’ intention to legislate on the issue of transparency in SEP licensing, sources told Managing IP
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
In the first of a new monthly podcast, the Managing IP editorial team unpacks the race for the top job at the EUIPO, the key UPC trends to watch, and the biggest stories in Asian IP
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
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