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The Europe, Middle East, & Africa awards research cycle has now begun - do not miss out on this opportunity to be recognised in 2024
In this list, Managing IP features a number of firms from countries across the globe, where a jurisdiction-based ranking table on the IP STARS platform is not available.
Introducing Legal Media Group Awards and Accreditation for Excellence in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
The EMEA region research cycle has commenced - do not miss this opportunity to nominate your work from 2023!

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Justin Davidson and Stanley Ng of Norton Rose Fulbright discuss what China’s recent Ultraman ruling does and doesn’t say about who is responsible when an AI system infringes copyright
If the deal goes through, one group will manage more than 50% of patent filings in Australia and employ more than a quarter of patent attorneys in Australia and New Zealand
Dolby’s lawsuit at the Delhi High Court follows a record win by Ericsson earlier this year against the same defendant
Tee Tan, chief information officer at the owner of several IP firms, says to avoid tech just for the sake of it and explains how his company builds in-house tools

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As Munich’s local division adds more judges, it’s a good time to be a patent practitioner in the city
Tilman Müller-Stoy reveals why he never made it as a footballer and how he could have had an alternative career as a fire juggler
As the UPC approaches its first anniversary, there’s a risk that persisting teething issues will continue to be the major pain points
A patent dispute between two manufacturing companies has shown that teething problems with the UPC’s case management system have not abated

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Lawyers explain how Colombia’s willingness to grant preliminary injunctions and a looming compulsory licence have affected their firms’ workloads
The winners of the awards will be revealed at a gala dinner in New York City on April 25
Ericsson said courts in Brazil and Colombia have granted preliminary injunctions in its favour as part of the company's SEP dispute with Lenovo
The Ministry of Health has passed a resolution declaring public interest in the drug dolutegravir

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13th annual awards announces winners
We hosted the EMEA ceremony for the 18th annual Managing IP Awards in London to celebrate intellectual property work achievements
The LMG Life Sciences Awards is excited to announce its shortlist for the 2023 EMEA Awards.
The Women in Business Law Awards is excited to present the shortlist for the 2023 Europe, Middle East, & Africa awards.




Jeffrey Morton, formerly a life sciences leader at Procopio, said he was drawn to Haynes Boone’s desire to grow in the sector
The US Supreme Court’s ruling in Warner Chappell Music v Nealy is a boost for certain copyright plaintiffs, but some counsel wonder if the court addressed the right question
Counsel at four firms reveal how they supervise associates on pro bono matters and what kind of volunteer work their attorneys do
Kramer Levin litigators explain how they secured victory for their client against Microsoft subsidiary Activision in a dispute concerning the video game ‘Call of Duty’

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