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The suggested rule change surrounding terminal disclaimers could ease the burden on defendants, but risks complicating prosecution strategies
In the first appellate hearing, a division bench of the Delhi High Court refused to grant a stay against a single judge’s order that went in favour of Ericsson
As Munich’s local division adds more judges, it’s a good time to be a patent practitioner in the city
Jeffrey Morton, formerly a life sciences leader at Procopio, said he was drawn to Haynes Boone’s desire to grow in the sector
Private equity firm Adamantem Capital leads the race to acquire Australia-based intellectual property business Qantm IP
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
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
Siegmund Gutman, former chair of the life sciences patent group at Proskauer, is among a group of 10 lawyers to join Mintz Levin
A patent dispute between two manufacturing companies has shown that teething problems with the UPC’s case management system have not abated
The Munich Regional Court ruled that Lenovo was an unwilling licensee and had engaged in ‘holdout’ tactics
Dolby’s lawsuit at the Delhi High Court follows a record win by Ericsson earlier this year against the same defendant
Mary Till, a former legal advisor at the USPTO who has joined Finnegan this week, is looking forward to providing clients with a USPTO perspective


Counsel at four firms reveal whether data on USPTO trends reflects the work they saw last year and why, despite an overall dip in PTAB activity, they are as busy as ever
Law firm sources weigh in on AI risks after a report revealed that corporations are more likely to use new tech
Generics companies can lose a competitive advantage by invalidating patents at the board, but it’s still a good option in many circumstances
Ganesh Venkatraman of MaxVal and Meissner Bolte’s Florian Henke and Florian Meyer dive into the numbers on UPC opt-outs by technology area and country, and more
Interviews; Exclusives

Interviews; Exclusives

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’
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
Dario Pietrantonio of Robic discusses growth opportunities for the firm and shares insights from his journey to managing director
Lionel Martin of August Debouzy and Kristof Neefs at Inteo share how they prevailed in a UPC Court of Appeal case surrounding access to documents
Naomi Pearce of Pearce IP shares how she is helping her firm become a life sciences leader and how generous policies have helped attract top talent
Each week Managing IP speaks to a different IP lawyer or professional about their life and career
In the latest episode, the team discusses the battle to take control of listed company and IP business Qantm IP, and looks at some recent hiring trends
The winner of Managing IP’s Life Achievement Award discusses 50 years in IP law and how even he can’t avoid imposter syndrome
In the latest episode of our monthly podcast, the team discusses AI clarifications from India and the US, and previews the upcoming Managing IP Awards for EMEA and the Americas
Managing IP’s Max Walters appeared on the latest episode of ‘Two IPs in a pod’, a regular podcast hosted by the UK patent attorney body, to discuss AI, awards and more
In the latest episode of our monthly podcast, the team discusses standard-essential patent developments so far this year and delves into law firm hiring strategies
In the final episode of 2023, the team discusses our Top 50 and the biggest IP events of the year
In the latest episode of our monthly podcast, the team discusses six months of India’s reformed system for foreign law firms, the latest UPC trends and SEP developments
In this special podcast, Managing IP talks to a charity that is working tirelessly to support mental health initiatives in the IP profession
In the latest episode of our monthly podcast, the team discusses law firm merger strategies, a high-profile break-up, and the latest 5G patent developments
In the latest episode of our monthly podcast, the team discusses their early memories of covering IP before delving into the latest on the UPC and whether a proposed US study could threaten the future of pharma patents
Managing IP+ has launched the Talent Tracker, an interactive database that collates reported partner moves across the intellectual property legal market
The report, which is about the unitary patent and Unified Patent Court (UPC), features survey data analysis and interviews with patent practitioners
This year's report focuses on the unitary patent and Unified Patent Court (UPC) system, with survey data analysis and interviews with in-house and private practice patent practitioners
Managing IP reveals its pick of the top people driving intellectual property law, policy and business this year
With more than 250 winners recognised during the ceremony, there are many reasons to be positive about the health of the IP industry in EMEA
The firm was among multiple winners at a record-breaking 2024 ceremony held in London on April 11
The winners of the awards will be revealed at a gala dinner in New York City on April 25
Managing IP will host a ceremony in London on April 11 to reveal the winners of the EMEA Awards 2024
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