Creative industry targets ‘bad piece of legislation’ that fails to include fair compensation for rightsholders
EU court holds the cube’s graphic representation does not involve a technical solution
This month's IPM includes interviews with key IP figures plus opinions, court reports and expert features from the world's top IP lawyers: a total of 34 articles covering all areas IP...
Stock photo agency alleges Microsoft’s Bing image widget infringes over 60 works
The UK government’s recent agreement with Germany over changes to tax regimes could throw business forecasts into flux, says Withers & Rogers’ Michael Jaeger
The bar to patentability for genes now differs considerably depending on whether you are in the US, Europe and Australia. Osborne Clarke’s Varuni Paranavitane examines the case law and available guidelines
The scope of estoppel, diversification and becoming too popular are all issues the PTAB may need to face, say Cooley’s Wayne O Stacy and Adam M Pivovar
Goodwin Procter’s Eleanor M Yost, Sumedha Ahuja and Charles Sanders review the Patent Trial and Appeal Board’s (PTAB) progress, claiming that its third year will undoubtedly bring more lessons
The country could host a robust IP system for investors in the near future, but currently legal hurdles remain. Tilleke & Gibbins’ Darani Vachanavuttivong and Yuwadee Thean-ngarm review.
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The General Court - 23 September 2014
England and Wales Court of Appeal - 15 October 2014
Supreme Court of the United States - Oral arguments heard 15 October 2014
England and Wales High Court - 17 October 2014