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ReMarks

4th quarter 2016

The 4th Quarter edition of our ReMarks newsletter is out, including:

  • 3D printing – IP challenges in modern day manufacturing
  • UK Government confirms plans to ratify the Unified Patent Court Agreement
  • How will Brexit affect Geographical Indications?
  • IP in research collaborations
  • Warner-Lambert in pain in Singapore as well
  • New Balance ordered to pay RMB5 million compensation for trade mark infringement
  • The “promise doctrine” in Canada
  • SIPO revises Chinese Patent Examination Regulations
  • Progress made in combatting IP crime in the UK
  • Product descriptions and document disclosure in English patent cases
 

Editor

Michael Shaw

Michael Shaw Partner Manchester (UK) Chartered (UK) and European Trade Mark Attorney

Authors

Dafydd Bevan

Dafydd Bevan Partner London (UK) Solicitor (UK)

Graham Burnett-Hall

Graham Burnett-Hall Partner London (UK) Solicitor (UK)

Angus Fairbairn

Angus Fairbairn Partner London (UK) Chartered (UK) and European Patent Attorney

Jean-Charles Grégoire

Jean-Charles Grégoire Partner Ottawa (Canada) Canadian Patent Agent, Barrister and Solicitor

Michael Lin

Michael Lin Partner Hong Kong (China) Beijing (China) Ohio Attorney, US Patent Attorney

Upasana Patel

Upasana Patel Partner Singapore Registered (SG) and Chartered (UK) Patent Attorney

Simon Portman

Simon Portman Managing Associate Cambridge (UK) Solicitor (UK)

Thomas Prock

Thomas Prock Partner London (UK) Chartered (UK), German and European Patent Attorney

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