Facebook logo
Facebook logo
Facebook logo
Facebook logo

Latest Headlines

IPPro The Internet home ← You are here

[close]
Latest News
Young leaves the Copyright Hub
31 May 2016 | London
Dominic Young, CEO of UK licensing venture the Copyright Hub, has stepped down from his role to set up a new business... Read more

Entertainment firm merges with Scarinci Hollenbeck
31 May 2016 | New Jersey
Boutique law firm Bienstock & Michael has merged with Scarinci Hollenbeck... Read more

For more news visit our news section

Industry recruitment
Patent Paralegal
Recruiter: Caselton Clark
Location: England
Find out more

IP Paralegal (5+ yrs EXP)
Recruiter: Hughes-Castell International Legal Recruitment
Location: Hong Kong
Find out more

For more jobs visit our recruitment section
IPPro The Internet
View the latest issues online now

Sister publications
IPPro Life Sciences
www.ipprolifesciences.com/

Media pack [download]
Ad specs [download]
Latest features
Google Books: Fair to whom?
Feature: Entertainment and new media attorney Jay Rosenthal unpicks the Supreme Court’s decision to let Google Books stand Read more

Turkey presses ahead with reforms
Country profile: New legislation in Turkey promises a swathe of trademark changes. Dr Cahit Suluk of Cahit Suluk Intellectual Property Law Firm explains Read more

Bob Barchiesi :: International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition
Interview: Bob Barchiesi of the International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition provides an update on the fight against counterfeiting, and previews the Spring Conference in Florida Read more

For more features visit our features section
Editor's pick
Latest news
Judge, jury and anti-cybersquatter-er
The much maligned registrar may be present at the point of registration, but should it really police the domain names it’s peddling? Trademark experts, registry representatives and a registrar debate the issues Read more
Young leaves the Copyright Hub
31 May 2016 | London
Dominic Young, CEO of UK licensing venture the Copyright Hub, has stepped down from his role to set up a new business... Read more

Entertainment firm merges with Scarinci Hollenbeck
31 May 2016 | New Jersey
Boutique law firm Bienstock & Michael has merged with Scarinci Hollenbeck... Read more

PIPCU arrests man over fake hair straighteners
31 May 2016 | London
The Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) has arrested a man selling counterfeit hair straighteners on an online auction site... Read more

Google's use of Java APIs was fair, says jury
27 May 2016 | California
Google has emerged victorious from its long-running struggle with Oracle, after a jury declared its use of Java in the Android operating system to be fair use... Read more

Microsoft agrees patent deal with ELECOM
27 May 2016 | Redmond, Washington
Microsoft has signed a patent collaboration deal with Japan-based accessory manufacturer ELECOM... Read more

Unlicensed software use falls in the UK
26 May 2016 | London
Unlicensed software use fell to 22 percent in the UK last year, but its commercial value was still a whopping £1.3 billion, the second highest in Europe, the BSA has found... Read more

INTA: #ToldYouSo
25 May 2016 | Orlando, Florida
Social media hashtags can be protected as trademarks, attendees of the International Trademark Association Annual Meeting heard, but the bar remains high for their registration... Read more

1 2 3 4 >> LAST

Features
Country profiles
Interviews
Google Books: Fair to whom?
Entertainment and new media attorney Jay Rosenthal unpicks the Supreme Court’s decision to let Google Books stand Read more

Content portability and beyond
The proposed EU Content Portability Regulation may not alone revolutionise the European content licensing market, says Kalle Hynönen of Krogerus Attorneys Read more

The show must not go on
A court recently restrained an unregistered copyright society from issuing licences on a late Ghazal singer’s music. Lucy Rana and Tulip De of SS Rana & Co report Read more

Trademarks and domain names: breaching the great divide
For those brands interested in aligning their corporate intangible assets, Catherine McGirr and Andy Churley of Nameshield have some points to consider Read more

More features
Turkey presses ahead with reforms
New legislation in Turkey promises a swathe of trademark changes. Dr Cahit Suluk of Cahit Suluk Intellectual Property Law Firm explains Read more

Hungary
A recent trademark decision in Hungary clarified ‘against the public order’ as an absolute ground for refusal. Dr Judit Lantos and Dr Ildiko Komor Hennel of Sár and Partners – Danubia Patent & Law Office report on how the case proceeded Read more

Serbia
Bogdan Ivanišević and Marko Popović of BDK Advokati review the recent squabble about copyright protection in Serbia for ‘routinely created photos’ Read more

China
Alston & Bird recently expanded with a new office focusing on counselling Chinese companies on US intellectual property law. Yitai Hu, its chief representative, explains what patent owners face when working across borders. Read more

Canada
Canada is decidedly less innovative that many of its peers. Sheema Khan of Shapiro Cohen LLP finds out why Read more

India
S.S. Rana & Co’s Rupin Chopra and Ritika Mogha analyse competition claims asserted against online retailers in India. Where does the law stand? Read more

Russia
Licensing is undergoing legislative reform in Russia. Olga Yashina of Gorodissky & Partners looks at how the practice might be affected Read more

India
Social media is on the rise in India, but so is the use of parodies to mock brands. Vikrant Rana and Shilpi Saurav of S.S. Rana & Co report Read more

More country profiles
Bob Barchiesi
International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition
Bob Barchiesi of the International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition provides an update on the fight against counterfeiting, and previews the Spring Conference in Florida Read more

Nick Phillips
Edwin Coe LLP
Nick Phillips of Edwin Coe discusses the UK’s licensing scheme for orphan works Read more

Jonathan Hudis
Quarles & Brady LLP
Jonathan Hudis of Quarles & Brady, who recently edited the third edition of a multi-chapter guide on the USPTO’s Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, offers advice to brands on how to handle the TTAB process Read more

Gary Fisher and Steve Machin
Accent Media
Gary Fisher and Steve Machin of Accent Media discuss the inception of Domains Watch, the new anti-cybersquatting service from the registry behind .tickets Read more

Gustav Brismark
Ericsson
Ericsson’s Gustav Brismark explains the standard-essential patent owner’s approach to negotiating FRAND terms with errant users of patented tech Read more

Jay Rosenthal
Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp LLP
Copyright law is yet to scratch the surface of what is commercial and non-commercial, says Jay Rosenthal of Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp Read more

More interviews
IPPro The Internet site map
Home
Home

Sitemap

Issue archive
Back issues online
Recruitment
Recruitment

Events and Training
Upcoming events

Upcoming training

Company info
About us

Contact us


Copyright (C) 2015 Black Knight Media Ltd. All rights reserved. No reproduction without prior authorization
[close]
Never miss an issue again
Subscribe to IPPro The Internet - Get it delivered straight to your inbox
We need to know you are not a ROBOT. Please type HUMAN in the box below and continue to fill in the rest of the form