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Australia pays for Aboriginal flag copyright; UKIPO seeks design views; Bob Dylan sells music catalogue; Nokia and Nordic Semiconductor simplify IoT licensing; John Terry NFT row
UKIPO CEO Tim Moss speaks to Managing IP about moving past Brexit, and champions the relevance of IP in government policy
The CJEU’s decision in Ferrari confirmed the flexibility of unregistered designs, but sources say registered rights are still more preferable
Counsel discuss divergent design examination practices at Rospatent and say they cause applicants to seek more costly routes to achieve registration
CJEU says rights owners are not obliged to make available each part of a product separately in order to benefit from unregistered design rights
Counsel say the Federal Circuit’s decision could encourage design patent applicants to strive for broader claim language, among other things
Counsel highlight the notable changes and missed opportunities in the new act and their hopes for Australia’s expected joining of the Hague Convention
In-house sources at four companies reveal best practices for broadening patents, navigating international filings and strengthening enforcement
Sources say updates to the Chinese Patent Law regarding design patents are likely to bring in a wave of new filings, and a surge in litigation along with it
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Ming-Yeh Lin of Saint Island International Patent & Law Offices explains why design owners in Taiwan are recommended to file a design in a printed publication or at an exhibition within the six month grace period
Frank Liu of Saint Island International Patent & Law Offices considers how Rimowa have fared in their battle against alleged product piracy
To ensure designs are adequately protected in the UK and the EU, designers should obtain registered protection in both jurisdictions, say Nick Bolter and Martin Whittle of Morgan Lewis
Interviews; Exclusives

Podcasts

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
In this Managing IP masterclass, IP directors from Thyssenkrupp and AB InBev discuss the challenges of managing a post-pandemic in-house team
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