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VirnetX loses en banc rehearing bid
18 December 2014 | Washington DC
The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has dismissed VirnetX’s request for an en banc rehearing of the decision... readmore

Hoyng Monegier promotes two to partnership
18 December 2014 | Amsterdam
Hoyng Monegier has promoted Geert Theuws and Theo Blomme, who are based in its Amsterdam office, to partner effective 1 January... readmore

Goodwin Procter recruits IP litigator in San Francisco
17 December 2014 | San Francisco
Goodwin Procter has appointed Brett Schuman to its IP litigation group in San Francisco... readmore

Economic woe hitting innovation, finds WIPO
17 December 2014 | Geneva
Patent filings grew in 2013, with innovators filing 2.57 million applications worldwide, but there were declines in certain jurisdictions... readmore

Verizon teams up with Google over patents
17 December 2014 | Spain
Technology company Verizon has signed a cross-patent licensing deal with Google to avert the risk of litigation... readmore

Gowlings appoints IP portfolio management expert
16 December 2014 | Toronto
Gowlings has appointed Neil Henderson to its intellectual property group... readmore

USPTO issues new eligibility guidance
16 December 2014 | Detroit
The US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has revised its guidance on patentable subject matter... readmore

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Online trading platforms: what’s the law?
11 November 2014
Restrictions concerning e-commerce stand a slightly better chance in a selective distribution system, says Christian Hess of Meissner Bolte readmore

Bags to riches
11 November 2014
Blocking injunctions have been extended to trademark owners in the UK readmore

Oracle v Google revisited
28 October 2014
Android has attracted the wrath of Oracle, Java’s latest owner, and the case could soon be heard at the Supreme Court readmore

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11 November 2014
Kazuya Sekiguchi of Dennemeyer & Associates examines the new opposition system and how it associates with the Japanese invalidation trial system... readmore

11 November 2014
Intellectual property rights in Iceland are becoming more international, as Ólafur Ragnarsson of Patice IP Legal explains readmore

16 September 2014
Is Canada going to join the Madrid system, and what needs to be done before it can? Ashley Dumouchel of Shapiro Cohen takes a look readmore

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Lovísa Jónsdóttir
Tego IP Consulting
11 November 2014
Iceland is the latest country to issue injunctions against ISPs to force them to block access to copyright infringing websites. Lovísa Jónsdóttir of Tego IP Consulting explains... readmore

Michelle Holoubek
Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox
11 November 2014
The Covered Business Method Patents review programme is well into its second year. Michelle Holoubek of Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox provides an update on how users are responding... readmore

Bruce Foucart
Coordination Center
11 November 2014
The IPR Center is seeing Chinese enforcement agencies begin to stand up to counterfeiters, while IP owners need to lend a hand, says director Bruce Foucart readmore

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