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Working in harmony

JillBainbridge and Ben Evans review howto make the lawyer/marketer relationship work for everyone

Collaborating with creatives

Aaron Wood and SarahDacre address the interplay between legal and marketing and how to make the relationship as harmonious as it is productive

The treatment sprint

Thomas TMoga explores the Covid-19 patent examination race within China’s patent office

Rise in penalties

Can we truly learn helpful lessons from the latest GDPR finesimposed by European supervisory authorities?

Raging bull

The work of a bullfighter cannot be protected by copyright as a matador’s routine is improvised. Leonardo Mesones explores

Market boom

Careers in the IP and legal sectors remain buoyant despite thepandemic, Luke Rehbein reveals

Managing to patent?

Reddie and Grose’s Pete Sadler and Alex Cope examine how to protect database management systems at the EPO

Tipping point

CMS’ John Enser questions whether the UK can retainits leadership in rightsholder-friendly copyright legislation post-Brexit?

Block and roll

Mishcon deReya’s Cassandra Hill considers theincreasing need for robust laws against online piracy in the UK and some of thecase law paving the way

May I quote you?

HowardZaharoff sets outhow to use other people’s jokes and one-liners without infringing their IP inthe US

Copycat mobile games battle

Nassim Ameli-Jouffroy shares emerging bestpractice when trying to shutdown imitations in the hyper-casual games industry

Assigning goodwill

Norton Rose Fulbright’s Abida Chaudri and AliceRouth discuss cases that examine who owns the goodwill when assigningtrademarks

AI and digital transformation

Issues of AI inventorship are important, but manycompanies transitioning to a software-based, data-centric business model arelikely to have more pressing concerns argues Wiggin’s Calum Smyth

Counterfeiting defences

RobertReading and David Marques argue that the substantial damages awarded to foreign companies forinfringement in mainland China show the country is taking IP protectionseriously

In the spirit of internationalism

Rory Moore and Bronwen Moodie discuss the TRIPS waiver requestby South Africa and India for the prevention, containment, and treatment ofCovid-19

The interview process

Drew Schulte explains how to overcome subject matter eligibility rejections in the US using examiner interviews

Patent reform in Australia

The government has an ongoing taste for patent reform with more amendments in the pipeline, says Phillips Ormonde Fitzpatrick’s Malcolm Bell

Protecting the antibodies

Mewburn Ellis’ Rebecca Tollervey examines what do the new European Patent Office guidelines mean for the patenting of highly engineered antibodies?

Opportunity knocks

MatthewD Powell provides a guide to patentability of Covid-19 inventions