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  • Should I stay or should I go? Private practice v in-house

    In-house or private practice? It’s a question many lawyers and attorneys will probably ask themselves at some stage in their career. Max Walters speaks to those on either side of the fence about the benefits and drawbacks of both

  • Editorial: The temptation of in-house

  • The UK: a FRANDly jurisdiction?

    In the first of a two-part series, Laura Whiting and Paul Abbott of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer examine how the UK has become a haven for FRAND disputes, discuss recent cases and look ahead to this autumn’s big UK Supreme Court hearing

  • Lessons learned five years after Alice

    Despite being criticised as contradictory and confusing, the Federal Circuit’s Section 101 case law since Alice provides some clear guidance that will assist practitioners, say Michael Kiklis, Shu Chen and Matthew Zapadka of Bass, Berry & Sims

  • Tech M&A: 10 key IP considerations for investors

    During M&A, the importance of due diligence into a target’s IP cannot be overstated, say Katie McConnell, Emily Sharkey and Penelope Thornton of Hogan Lovells, who provide 10 top tips for investors

  • The legal muddle over designs and trademarks

    Tanya Varma and Eva Bishwal of Fidus Law Chambers provide a history lesson on the interaction between India’s trademark and design statutes and discuss what lies ahead

  • Why trade wars won’t safeguard trade secrets

    Matthew Werdegar of Keker, Van Nest & Peters examines current US efforts to curtail China’s theft of trade secrets and considers whether and what additional steps companies should take to protect themselves

  • Innovative ideas for using China in your corporate patent strategy

    Erick Robinson of Dunlap, Bennett & Ludwig examines three underused patent strategies for companies, including those in the US, to succeed in China

  • A German solution to address UK patent scope

    Following the UK’s introduction of a doctrine of equivalents, Paul England of Taylor Wessing looks at the potential application of aspects of German IP law to determine the breadth of the doctrine’s scope


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September / October 2019

Should I stay or should I go? Private practice v in-house

In-house or private practice? It’s a question many lawyers and attorneys will probably ask themselves at some stage in their career. Max Walters speaks to those on either side of the fence about the benefits and drawbacks of both



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