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Blogs: Intellectual Property
Author: Shireen Smith, solicitor
Commentary on trademarks, copyright, internet marketing, social networking, search engine optimization, protection of reputations and brands on the internet.
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Author: Emily Goodhand
Provides information and awareness about copyright issues in education.
Copyseek Conference for HE Copyright Practitioners 21st August 2014, University of Leeds
Quit Playing Around: Monkey Stirs Up Copyright Controversy with Selfie
Changes to UK Copyright: Education Exceptions
Just released - UK Statutory Exceptions for Education, Libraries & Research
The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act: what does it mean?
Feeling MOOC-y? Think about your content
Social Media: Whose Photo Is It Anyway?
EU Directive on Public Sector Information: a Quick Look at the Proposed Amendments
Author: An international team of patent specialists
Providing speedy access to patent judgments and patent information from various European jurisdictions.
EPLAW - the EPLAW Patent Blog has moved ...
UK - Unwired Planet v Huawei Technologies
NL - Sun v. Novartis / No skinny label injunction
UK - Saab Seaeye v Atlas Electronic cs
UK – Warner-Lambert v Sandoz
EPO - First request by the Administrative Council that the EBA proposes the removal of a member of the BoA from office held inadmissible
FR - Ethypharm v. Alkermes Pharma Ireland
BE - AstraZeneca v. Teva / AstraZeneca v. Sandoz
Views and insights on the latest developments in Trade Marks, Designs, Patents, Domainnames and Copyright, both in the UK and Europe. The blog considers the practical impact of these developments for businesses across all industries and their strategies for protecting Intellectual Property.
Government maintains stance on increased sentences for online copyright infringement
To run the risk of needless costs, or to risk delaying a trial - a perennial balancing exercise?
The end of the series on TVCatchup?
Does inventor Shanks now diagnose defeat after Court of Appeal ruling?
Unitary Patents move forward despite Brexit uncertainties
Search engines sign Code to help tackle online piracy
Advocate General opinion that The Pirate Bay's activities infringe copyright
"Get it Right" campaign launched in the UK to combat online piracy
Author: Members of Anderson Law LLP
Mainly about intellectual property contracts.
Author: Several contributors
Looks at financial issues for intellectual property rights: securitisation and collateral, IP valuation for acquisition and balance sheet purposes, tax and R&D breaks, film and product finance, calculating quantum of damages - anything that happens where IP meets money.
Trump Proposes to Cut Government Funding for Research
FRAND licensing: A call for greater transparency
Commercialization Activities as Part of the Tenure Process for Academics
President Trump's 2017 Trade Policy Agenda Released
John Huntsman and the Commission on the Theft of American IP's New Update
Lexology Publishes Patent Damages Rules in 16 Jurisdictions
A Closer Look at CRISPR Patents and Licensing: A More Nuanced Approach
US Senate Candidate in California Critical of Bayh-Dole Act
Author: Jane Lambert, barrister
News and gossip on intellectual property law on the Northern Circuit of England.
Creative Industries Federation: Creative Industries and the Business of IP
Implementing the Industrial Strategy: IPO seeks new Business Support Policy Adviser
IP After Brexit
IP and Brexit: The Software Industry
Preparing for the Unified Patent Court
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Why you need an IP Strategy - even if you don't export
Author: Members of the Intellectual Property Expert Group
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Author: Peter Groves, solicitor
Provides commentary, a free online textbook on intellectual property and a monthly IP podcast.
How much intellectual property is a good thing?
India: The Trademark Rules, 2017: Process made simpler, Faster, Start-up friendly but dearer
Land Rover defends the DEFENDER trade mark
The National Guild of Removers And Storers Ltd v Bee Moved Ltd & Ors; why the court couldn’t Bee Moved on both parts of the claim
Unified Patent Court Agreement under threat?
Bulgarian radio in licensing dispute, relying on out-of-copyright music
Duran Duran and reversion of copyright
Author: Several contributors
The blog of the Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Practice
Interested in climate change, patent policy, WIPO, or history of copyright? We have books for you!
JIPLP Special Edition on IP in Africa - Call for articles
More books for review
Four books (and one app) in search of a reviewer
Editorial: The European patent with unitary effect - what about unitary criminal sanctions for infringement?
Books for review
March issue now available
January editorial - JIPLP at 10: what's next?
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Provides information and news European copyright law. A group of leading experts, comprising practising lawyers and academics to report on latest developments.
AG Szpunar in Stichting Brein v Ziggo: An Indirect Harmonisation of Indirect Liability
USA: Flo & Eddie, Inc. v. Pandora Media, Inc, United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, No. 15-55287, 15 March 2017
Russia: the IP Court has clarified that the use of a “plot generating object” in a movie may constitute copyright infringement
Switzerland: Closing of a terrace, Federal Supreme Court of Switzerland, 1st Civil Law Chamber, ATF 142 III 387, 19 April 2016
UK defence to unauthorised retransmission of broadcasts ruled incompatible with EU law.
The broadcasters’ related right of communication to the public: vintage, but still captivating
The CJEU decides that punitive damages are not contrary to Directive 2004/48
Blocking injunctions against ISPs in Sweden – the Swedish court doesn’t wait for the CJEU
WIPIT is a blog for curious intellectual property and information technology lawyers who want to stay ahead of the pack in the World of IP and IT.
Do online advertisements infringe trade mark rights?
Trunki sent packing by Supreme Court
The EGEDA opinion on fair compensation
The Community Trade Mark – what changes lie ahead?
Gutterclear – a clear case of trade mark validity?
Yeo v Times Newspapers Ltd – court provides guidance on Reynolds defence
‘Direct injection’ broadcasting is not a communication to the public
Author: Several contributors
Dedicated to European trade mark law and practice.
Author: Jane Lambert, barrister
News and comment on intellectual property, technology, media, entertainment and competition law from the UK, EC and around the world.
Case Note: Jushi Group Co Ltd v OCV Intellectual Capital LLC
Patents: Wobben v Siemens - Blowing in the Wind
Case Note: Bhayani v Taylor Bracewell LLP - Goodwill generated by a Partner or Employee
Just where does Mrs May's Speech leave the Unified Patent Court?
Where can you sue for trade mark infringement or passing off: AMS Neve v Heritage Audio
The Pregabalin Appeal: Generics v Warner Lambert
Trade Secrets: Kerry Ingredients v Bakkavor Group
Author: David C Berry, Jeremy Phillips, Antonio Selas, Michael Thesen and Richard Willoughby
Covers patent litigation law, practice and strategy.
Recruitment of UPC Judges is now open
The direct product of a Swiss-type claim is packaged and provided with instructions
Is the Unitary Patent good for SME's?
On the Role of Scientific Advisers: Transparency and Expectations
Common General Knowledge and Inconvenient Details - Accord v Medac and Unwired Planet
Instructing the Expert - American Science & Engineering Inc v Rapiscan
Report on the 15th UPC Preparatory Commitee Meeting
Inescapeable Priority Trap - T 1983/14
A community of solo practitioners in intellectual property from around the world.
Keeping the UK Trade Mark Register pristine
ACID stands up for the UK profession
CIPA consultation on CPD
IP Entrepreneurs: the practical checklist
Patent prospects in an uncertain world
Finding a Trade Mark (or even a Patent) Adviser
Say a good Farewell to EU IPO practice
Immunity from threats actions for regulated lawyers survives an unexpected attack
Author: John Enser, Jeremy Phillips et al
In 1709 the Statute of Anne created the first purpose-built copyright law. This blog, founded just 303 short and unextended years later, is dedicated to all things copyright, warts and all.
Custodial sentence appropriate for sustained online infringement
Cable retransmission within reception area copyright free?!
R.I.P. Conceptual Separability Test
Interested in EU copyright and wish to discuss it in Florence? Here's the event for you
Wish to discuss GS Media and linking?
Sports Photographer: Don’t Mess with My Copyright
Author: David Brophy, Birgit Clark, Catherine Lee, Merpel, Jeremy Phillips, Annsley Merelle Ward and Neil J Wilkof
Passionate about IP! Since June 2003 the IPKat weblog has covered copyright, patent, trade mark, info-tech and privacy/confidentiality issues from a mainly UK and European perspective.
Avoiding objections to claiming priority in Mexico: Standarized presentation of priority data
No admission after the show has started - transfer of priority right must occur prior to filing of subsequent application (T 577/11)
UK Industrial Strategy
"What is this thing called love, this funny thing called love"? And while you're at it, what is a covenant not to sue?
Around the IP blogs
The Perks of Being a Coffee Seller - Star Box
Telstra loses big in keeping its information confidential in Australian patent dispute
«Printed by Jouve» it’s not
Author: Catherine Katzka, James Kinnaird, Jeremy Phillips and Rob Stephen
Dedicated to the issues that arise when supplementary protection certificates extend patents beyond their normal life.
Atripla - a combination of issues
Forum Institut SPC Seminar
A new CJEU referral - C-681/16
An update on the Pharmaq v Intervet case
Plant Protection Product SPCs - an article
Another EC tender on SPCs - this time on the economic impact
The return of SPC referrals…
More questions for the CJEU from the High Court