EU Working Party lays out proposals for stakeholders to help safeguard privacy
Plaintiff claims news service ‘wilfully’ violated its copyright and seeks injunction
In the aftermath of the Alice decision, big data software innovators may begin to look at trade secret protection when assessing IP rights for their proprietary inventions. Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi’s Andrea Gothing and Angela Muñoz-Kaphing explain
Recent US cases demonstrate that patent holders must take care when licensing patents that contain both product and method claims to ensure limited scope
The amended Trademark Law entered into force in the People’s Republic of China on 1 May 2014. Marks & Clerk’s Davina Lee summarises the biggest changes that have been felt in the months since the law was enforced
The UK recently announced the inception of a new industry-backed scheme for tackling online piracy, effectively marking the final nail in the coffin for the Digital Economy Act. Alex Watt and Emma Fox study the setbacks faced by the old scheme and ask: is its replacement even weaker?
James D Brown examines two key routes available for companies to safeguard their technology in the region
Following the UK Intellectual Property Office’s report on the Unified Patent Court, confidence in its judges is paramount for its future success, says Taylor Wessing’s Paul England.
The patent system is under attack from ‘trolls’ and keen legislators, presenting the greatest threat to the system since its creation. Tom Phillips speaks to one of patent’s modern founding fathers, Marshall Phelps, on why it’s time the industry took control of its own destiny
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