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Patenting in Singapore

POSTED 4 April 2018
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Singapore High Court has no original jurisdiction to hear patent revocation actions

POSTED 4 April 2018
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Brexit Update

POSTED 26 March 2018
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Partial priority and the “first application” at the EPO

POSTED 19 March 2018
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Hague Agreement formally ratified by the UK

The UK has completed its final step in joining the Hague Agreement

POSTED 14 March 2018
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The nanotechnology revolution

POSTED 8 March 2018
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Brexit: The EU’s proposed Withdrawal Agreement and IP

POSTED 2 March 2018
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Amendments to Anti-unfair Competition Law of China

The amended Anti-unfair Competition Law in China became effective on 1 January 2018. 

POSTED 1 March 2018
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Online intellectual property should be child's play

UK schoolchildren are nowadays born ‘digital natives’; they’ve never known a world without the internet, smart phones and tablets. 

POSTED 21 February 2018
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How do you protect the IP of 3D printed drugs and medical devices?

Medtech companies will be at the forefront of additive manufacturing

POSTED 15 February 2018
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Publication of Proposed Trade-marks Regulations in Canada Gazette

Amendments to the Canadian Trade-marks Regulations (Regulations) have been drafted 

POSTED 12 February 2018
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The Carrot and the Stick

Every company wants to attract investors and deter competitors. David Robinson explains how a good intellectual property strategy can do just that

POSTED 7 February 2018
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3D printing – Downloading the world

The democratisation of 3D printing, through reduced costs and increased availability, has resulted in a new market emerging - that of the amateur printer.

POSTED 5 February 2018
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Why the Grumpy Cat Copyright Case Should Give Businesses ‘Paws’ for Thought

It was recently reported that Grumpy Cat Limited, the company behind the Grumpy Cat, was awarded a six figure sum as damages for copyright and trade mark infringement

POSTED 5 February 2018
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UK IP Profession outlines Brexit priorities

The IP Federation and others have outlined key Brexit priorities

POSTED 31 January 2018
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Article 123(2) and (3) EPC: avoiding the "inescapable trap"

Whilst the patent law of most countries contains a provisions similar to 123(2), few patent offices are as strict in their application of it as the European Patent Office. 

POSTED 25 January 2018

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