Taking IP to the bank: Tech transfer pitfalls to avoid
Anne Marie Clark, CAS, examines some common pitfalls suffered by organizations that are less familiar with all of the workings and considerations required for successful tech transfer.
Cost pressures and staffing challenges drive surging demand for outsourced IP services
Stuart Recher, IP Services Clarivate Analytics, formerly the IP & Science business of Thomson Reuters, analyzes the surge in demand for outsourced IP services.
The struggles in relation to patent protection in Africa
Vítor Palmela, Inventa International, discusses some of the fundamental difficulties with protecting patents in Africa, and goes on to recommend some interesting solutions to prevent these difficulties occurring.
The Patent Lawyer Bali networking event
Have a look at some pictures from our event in Bali, in collaboration with Dumont, Bergman, Bider & Co; Januar Jahja & Partners; RNA Intellectual Property attorneys, and Malamis & Associates.
Chemical innovation in patents: A winning formula for discovery
Dr. Rob Poolman, Minesoft Ltd., reviews the current advancement in innovative technology for chemical patents and how this will impact the chemical and pharmaceutical industry as a whole.
Automotive and IT: What trends are driving the future of automotive design?
Matthew Luby, CPA Global, investigates the role intellectual property (IP) has recently played in driving innovation in the automotive industry.
Double patenting and the unitary patent
Nicoleta Tarchila, Cabinet Enpora, discusses the unitary patent in relation to double patenting, thinking specifically about what this implementation could mean for countries currently excluding the law.
IP protection in Cambodia
Dr. Darwin Hem and Ms. Long Keopichchenda, BNG Legal, discuss the different aspects of intellectual property protection in Cambodia including patents, trademarks, utility models and industrial designs.
Future of IP: Driving automation and value into filings
Jon-James Kirtland, Product Manager at CPA Global, outlines some of the new challenges and pressures that IP departments, and the law firms that support them, face and suggests how processes could be reshaped
The same, but different: Developing international patent prosecution strategies
Sam Bergstrom, counsel for KARL STORZ Imaging, explores techniques for addressing the sometimes subtle differences in prosecuting patent applications before the Patent Offices.
Don’t get crushed in a patent dispute: A Russian perspective
Nikolay Bogdanov, Gorodissky & Partners, explores three key patent disputes in Russia that were resolved uniquely in court, especially in relation to procedural law.
Directory of services
The DOS is where you can find contact information on International law firms who provide IP related services. For reference purposes firm are placed under country
headings which are listed alphabetically.