• Three Keys

    Three keys to ensure a thorough prior art search

    Matthew McBride, CAS, investigates prior art searching, specifically considering three key points to ensure success is achieved.

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    IP Searching

    Harmonizing judgment criteria and balancing parties’ interests

    Zunxia Li and Lindong Liu, Chofn IP, give insight to the New Judicial Interpretation of the Supreme People’s Court, discussing how this impacts patent owners in China.


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    Competition and IP

    Competition and IP at a crossroad: Compulsory licensing for anti-competitive practices in the Dominican Republic

    Sharin Pablo de Roca, J. J. Roca & Asociados, investigates compulsory licensing for anti-competitive practices and whether this is a matter for the IP national office or the competition agency.

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    Competition and IP

    Malaysia and the TPPA –
    what’s next?

    Yvonne Ong and Chew Phye Keat, Raja, Darryl & Loh, investigate the impact of Malaysia joining the TPPA, concentrating on six of the most significant changes to Malaysian patent law.

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  • Unified Patent

    The Unified Patent Court in the
    Nordic-Baltic region

    Maria Zamkova, CEO at Fenix Legal, discusses the strengths and weaknesses of the Unitary Patent in the European Union.

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    Welcome to age of intrapreneur

    Cover story: The Virtual Patent Office – your partner in crime

    Bob Stembridge, Thomson Reuters, discusses the benefits of The Virtual Patent Office, and how it can save patent professionals valuable time in a day with not enough hours!


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    Chinese Patent

    A look at Chinese patent legislative trend from the perspective of
    patent law

    Zhang Xu and Jessica Li, HongFangLaw, investigate the recent changes to patent legislation in China, and how these affect patent owners.


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    Innovation: A new world of discovery<br />in Greenland

    Curation reveals hidden information for more effective IP searching:

    Lora Burgess, Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS), discusses the ways curated content could improve your patent search by making it easier, more precise, and less time consuming.

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  • Knowledge Share

    The Patent Knowledge Share: China

    Patent Knowledge Share focuses on China with Dr. Toby Mak of Tee & Howe, answering questions about patent litigation and management.

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    Computer

    Computer-implemented inventions in Poland: The return of an old controversy

    Piotr Dynowsk, Bird & Bird, investigates the protection of computer-implemented inventions, and how the intellectual
    property law amendment has added fuel to fire on the matter in Poland.

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    Federal Circuit

    The Federal Circuit limits foreign and domestic patent exhaustion

    Kenneth R. Adamo, Brent P. Ray, Eugene Goryunov, Steven T. Skelley, Kirkland & Ellis LLP, give an in-depth analysis of the Lexmark Int’l, Inc. v. Impression Prods., Inc case and the decision of the Federal Circuit.

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    Innovation: A new world of discovery<br />in Greenland

    Accelerated examination in the Russian and Eurasian PTOs

    Andrey Bazhenov, Russian Patent Attorney, Eurasian Patent Attorney and Robert Marvin Teets, J.D., LL.M., B.S., Counsel, Gorodissky & Partners, investigate Russian and Eurasian PTOs, looking closely into Global PPH Project and the benefits for those involved.

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