Could trade secret protection in Africa also be the secret to success?
Dr Joanne van Harmelen, ENSafrica, investigates trade secrets throughout Africa, concentrating on their indisputable importance as an asset for any company doing business in the continent.
IP searching: To outsource or not to outsource?
Whether you are with a firm or in-house counsel, thorough, reliable intellectual property search results are essential - Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) investigate.
The patent, innovation and economicsuccess connection
Laura Gaze, Thomson Reuters, here discusses how the Thomson Reuters Top 100 Innovators are drivers of global growth.
Cover story: Navigating through the myriad of Australia’s Myriad decision
The case of Australia’s patent eligibility of myriad’s BRCA1 gene has become a controversial topic within the patent industry. Tom Gumley of Freehills Patent Attorneys investigates the case and the nature of the controversy
Welcome to the age of the intrapreneur
Although innovation has previously been led by the creative minds of entrepreneurs, the idea of the
intrapreneur could soon lead innovation. Joan Mill explains why being innovative in large corporations with access to patent information is the new method for success.
Hungarian Jurisdiction Report: choosing the optimum time for claiming compensation of damages
Choosing the optimum time for claiming compensation of damages and restitution of enrichment in patent infringement proceedings in Hungary can be complex. Michael Lantos, Danubia, investigates.
ITC needs “material things” in a digital world
Kenneth R. Adamo, Eugene Goryunov, Jon Carter and Aaron Resetarits, of Kirkland & Ellis, investigate the case of ClearCorrect Operating, LLC v. Int’l Trade Comn’n, Case No. 14-1527 (Nov. 10, 2015).
Fundamental uncertainty at the intersection between patents and standards
In the first article of a two piece series, Dr. Konstantinos Karachalios examines the IEEE patent policy update, looking extensively at its context, motivations and processes.
The pace of patent approvals
Tyron Stading, the President of Innography, speaks to The Patent Lawyer magazine about the pace of patent approvals.