Capitalizing on home grown IP:
A deeper look into global tech transfer
Anne Marie Clark, CAS, discusses why companies are capitalizing on homegrown intellectual property, and takes a deeper look into the global tech transfer story
Strong by Designate
Eugenio Torres-Oyola and Victor Rodriguez-Reyes, Ferraiuoli, explore trial analysis of design patent infringement.
What is the future of IP Management?
With the emergence of tools and solutions aimed at streamlining IP management processes and reducing the need for human interaction, CPA Global experts ask – What is the future?
Cover Story: Ag-Biotechnology
protection in South America
Biotechnology Inventions and protection through patents in South America. The role of intellectual property for the ag biotechnology inventions is turning more competitive, as Gonzalo Rovira explains.
Patent evaluation report and legitimacy of patent right
Xiangong Meng, Chofn IP, explains the process of a patent evaluation report.
The substantive and procedural legal framework of ARIPO patents
Vítor Palmela Fidalgo and João Francisco Sá, Inventa International, address substantive questions raised by the Harare Protocol and reviews ARIPO’s procedural practice regarding patents.
Patent update: Brazil
Gustavo Leonardos, Ana Paula Jardim and Luiz Leonardos discuss the patent rights protection system in Brazil.
The Japanese food industry
There have been significant impacts on the Japanese food industry recently, caused by changes in health claim law and use-limited food invention. Osamu Yamamoto, Yuasa & Hara, explains.
Having your slice of the cake and eating it: Co-ownership of rights in invention under Polish patent law
Piotr Dynowski, Bird & Bird, looks in detail at Polish patent law, thinking about general rules, licenses, revenues and more.
Unpacking costs for patent translations
Matthew Sekac, Park IP Translations, discusses the price of patent translations, and how to successfully get better results and reduce costs at the same time.
Indonesian Draft Law of Patents
Nadya P. G. Djajadiningrat, HarvesPat, explains what part of the Indonesian Draft Law laws have now changed and what affect they will have on Indonesian intellectual property
Brexit Implications for IP
Tom Scourfield and Gerd Schoenen, CMS, consider the possible long term impact of Brexit on IP rights.
IP Centrum: Reinventing renewals
The Patent Lawyer Magazine has been granted exclusive access to IP Centrum’s top secret R&D suite, gaining insight into an exciting new project that could change the renewals industry.
The Trans Pacific Economic Cooperation (TPP) Agreement
Jesus Cuba Valladares, OMC Abogados & Consultores, investigates the problems that occur trying to find a balance between the right to health and the protection of pharmaceutical patents in Peru.
“Brexit: The reality for European Patents”
Jerry Bridge-Butler, CIPA, looks at the realities of the decision for Britain to leave the EU on the European patent system.