• Germany: Tightening the requirements?

    Germany: Tightening the requirements?


    Jan Dombrowski, CMS Hasche Sigle, examins contributory patent infringement in current German case Law.

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    Leaving their Mark

    Leaving their Mark


    Canada's courts have clarified patent law in a number of areas in the last year. Christopher Van Barr and Grant Tisdall, Gowlings report.

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    Find and share the knowledge: Canada

    Find and share the knowledge: Canada


    Patent Knowledge Share focuses on Canada, with Bereskin & Parr answering questions about patent litigation and management.

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    Case study; Streamlining the foreign filing process

    Case study; Streamlining the foreign filing process


    Medical technology company Kinetic Concepts has used technology platform inovia to improve the filing process for itself and its outside counsel.

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    Too Many Bites of The Apple

    Too many bites of the Apple?


    Samsung has shaken up its UK trial with Apple by filing for an EPO central limitation. Neil Truman discusses the strategy and the Court’s reaction.

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    A Stickly Prickly Subject

    A stickly-prickly subject


    Jeremy Phillips reports on an IP mediation conference and asks where patent dispute resolution comes into the equation.

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    Sticks and stones may break my bones...

    Sticks and stones may break my bones...

    The US has been gripped by “troll” wars for some time now. Kenneth R. Adamo asks what the term really means and whether all the upset is really necessary.

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  • Asia: Employee inventions

    Asia: Employee inventions


    China has released draft regulations clarifying the position on employee inventions. Crystal J. Chen, TSAI, LEE & CHEN reviews the changes and compares them to the approac taken by Taiwan.

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    Brazil makes positive advances

    Brazil makes positive advances


    As the patent system continues to evolve in Brazil, Ricardo Dutra Nunes, Luiz Leonardos & Cia explain how the country is developing a vigorous and practical structure.

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    India's quest to strike a balance

    India's quest to strike a balancea


    G. Deepak Sriniwas, Lexorbis reviews relevant decision of the Indian Courts and other adjudicatory bodies.

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    The GCC patent

    The GCC patent


    A hidden treasure, the Gulf Cooperation Council patent is just waiting to be discovered according to Jan Wrede, Dennemeyer & Associates

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    A new indefinite test

    A new indefinite test


    The Supreme Court has announced a new standard for finding a patent clain invalid as indefinite. Kenneth R. Adamo, David W. Higer, Eugene Goryunov, Ryan M. Hubbard of Kirkland & Ellis report on the case.

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    Another layer of complexity

    Another layer of complexity


    The Federal Circuit has expanded the scope of obviousness-type double patenting in Gilead v Natco, as Gaby L. Longsworth, Ph,D., Marsha Rose Gillentine, Ph.D., and Eric K. Steffe report.

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    Trends from the Indian Patent Report

    Trends from the Indian Patent Report


    Raju Elangovan consider the points to ponder from the Patent Report 2012-2013, recently published by the Controller General of Patents for India.

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    AIPLA’s Women in IP networking events

    AIPLA's Women in IP networking events


    India Hosts its first meeting and the events come to Europe for the first time in June.

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  • Invention: To be or not to be?

    Invention: To be or not to be?


    Gabriela Fernandez, Fernandez Manzo examines how national legislation links up with the PCT in terms of what is considered and 'invention'.

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    Enriching India's patent regime

    Enriching India's patent regime


    Improvements to the patent office and being granted international searching and preliminary authority status are allowing India to compete, as Ms. Gopi Trivedi & Deepali Paun, YJ Trivedi & Co explain.

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    Reflecting on Brazilian revisions

    Reflecting on Brazilian revisions


    As Brazil considers revising it's patent law, Sonia C. S Gama of Daniel Advogados argues that the risks of limiting intellectual property protection must be seriously considered.

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    Muniauction has a moment in the Limelight

    Muniauction has a moment in the Limelight


    Kenneth R. Adamo, David W. Higer, Eugene Goryunov and Ryan M. Hubbard, Kirkland & Ellis, reflect on two recent US cases on the need for a single direct infringer.

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    Mobile device patenting in Mexico

    Mobile device patenting in Mexico


    As a growing field in the world, mobile device technology represents an opportunity platform for patent filing, prosecution and enforcement. Manuel Lopez from Uhthoff, Gomez-Vega & Uhthoff S.C., shares the Mexican perspective.

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    The world of IP returns to Canada

    The world of IP returns to Canada


    Bruce Morgan, Isabelle Chabot and Philip Mendes da Costa run through the debates, workshops, events and festivities planned for the 2014 AIPPI Congress in Toronto.

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    Find and share the knowledge: Hungary

    Find and share the knowledge: Hungary


    Patent Knowledge Share focuses on Hungary, with Danubia answering questions about patent litigation and management.

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