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  • AI and IP: the view from above

    Managing IP speaks to the directors of WIPO and the EUIPO to gauge their views on AI, asking how the technology can help the offices be more efficient and whether job losses are inevitable

  • How to empower young IP lawyers to be leaders

    Nicola Dagg, Daniel Lim and Katie Coltart of Kirkland & Ellis consider the modern challenges firms face to develop and retain young, talented lawyers and the all-round benefits of an empowering working culture

  • AI and IP: the view from above

    Managing IP speaks to the directors of WIPO and the EUIPO to gauge their views on AI, asking how the technology can help the offices be more efficient and whether job losses are inevitable

  • Mission accomplished for trademark licensees

    Following a US Supreme Court ruling on bankruptcy and trademarks, licensees should feel more secure about the rights that they have been permitted to use, says Robert Gerstein of Marshall, Gerstein & Borun

  • IPR and PGR: a complex and shifting landscape

    Karl Renner and Dorothy Whelan of Fish & Richardson reflect on the state of post-grant patent practice in the US, the evolution of the inter partes review and new developments on the horizon

  • Editorial: IP machinations

  • The new SPC Manufacturing Waiver – taking stock

    Laura Whiting and Alexandra Morgan of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer consider the reasons behind the adoption of the new SPC Manufacturing Waiver Regulation and reflect on whether the message sent out by the European institutions is consistent with their trade policy

  • Canada’s trademark landscape changes

    Philip Lapin and Jamie-Lynn Kraft of Smart & Biggar assess developments in the Canadian trademark landscape, including the country’s accession to the Madrid Protocol, changes to the use requirement, amendments to the rules around distinctiveness and the ability to file applications for non-traditional trademarks

  • Are AI-related works copyrightable?

    Youping Ma and Guoquan Yang of Bridgeon assess a recent case concerning AI in which, among other questions, the issue of whether a software developer can be an author was assessed


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July /August 2019

AI and IP: the view from above

Managing IP speaks to the directors of WIPO and the EUIPO to gauge their views on AI, asking how the technology can help the offices be more efficient and whether job losses are inevitable



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