The Patent Lawyer Annual 2022

HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER appoints two partners and two counsel

Top-tier European IP boutique firm HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER has promoted Michiel de Baat (Amsterdam) and Ivan Dimitrov (Düsseldorf) to the partnership and appointed Carina Höfer (Düsseldorf) and Tim Robrechts (Brussels) as counsel with the firm. The firm now has 47...

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HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER appoints two partners and two counsel

Top-tier European IP boutique firm HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER has promoted Michiel de Baat (Amsterdam) and Ivan Dimitrov (Düsseldorf) to the partnership and appointed Carina Höfer (Düsseldorf) and Tim Robrechts (Brussels) as counsel with the firm. The firm now has 47...

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Harter Secrest & Emery announces new Partners

Daniel J. Altieri and Timothy W. Menasco Elected to Harter Secrest & Emery's Partnership Harter Secrest & Emery LLP, a full-service business law firm with offices throughout New York, is pleased to announce that Daniel J. Altieri, from the firm’s Litigation...

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High court holds on to jurisdiction in SEP case. EIP reports

The recent decision of the UK Supreme Court in the Unwired Planet v Huawei, and Conversant v Huawei & ZTE appeals affirmed the UK court’s jurisdiction to determine global FRAND licences in Standard Essential Patent (“SEP”) disputes and to potentially injunct...

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Perkins Coie adds veteran IP Partner Jim Go to Seattle office

Perkins Coie is pleased to announce that James (Jim) Go has joined the firm’s Intellectual Property practice as a partner in its Seattle office. Jim focuses his practice on patent preparation and prosecution of U.S. and foreign patents in the related fields of...

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Consultancy division flying at Taylor Rose MW

Annual consultancy revenues have more than quadrupled since pre-pandemic Taylor Rose MW, the fast-growing and innovative UK law firm, has more than doubled the number of consultant solicitors in its legal consultancy division within the past year. With over 350...

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Keeping up with Fintech: patent filing strategy

Hui Li, Partner at Beijing Sanyou IP Agency Ltd., provides an informative update on the developments of Fintech and provides guidance for developing a successful strategy for patenting in this field.

An interview with Cybin’s General Counsel and IP Counsel, Robert Mino

Robert Mino sits down with The Patent Lawyer to discuss the rapidly growing pharmaceutical company that is Cybin, and the work that they are doing in the mental health space that they hope will profoundly better the human condition.

Artificial intelligence: IP challenges and proposed way forward

Marta Duque Lizarralde, LL.M, TUM, and Dr Claudia Tapia, LL.M, 4iP Council, examine the recent developments in AI and their impact on the industry.

Has innovation outpaced the patent system?

Dr. Robert Fichter, Managing Director of the IP law firm Dennemeyer & Associates, evaluates the efficiency of the patent system in the ever-evolving world we find ourselves in today.

Artificial Intelligence and Patent Protection in India: the current scenario

Rachna Bakhru and Suvarna Pandey, Partner and Associate Partner at RNA, Technology and IP Attorneys, review the current developments and IPR policies in India in relation to AI and AI-assisted innovations.

The Supreme Court applied the mostsignificant- relationship test to justify Chinese courts’ jurisdiction over SEP global licensing in Oppo v Sharp

Xiaojun GUO, Attorney at CCPIT Patent and Trademark Law Office, analyzes the SEP ruling in light of the Oppo v Sharp case and what it means for FRAND in the jurisdiction of China.

Post-grant patent challenges in Canada

Noel Courage, Partner at Bereskin & Parr LLP, evaluates the success of re-examination in a post-grant patent challenge case, Cusitar v Canada 2019 FC 1641.

The 10 main steps to depicting industrial design protection in Brazil: what to expect and how to proceed?

Marina Castro, Head of the Patent and Innovation Department at Vaz e Dias Advogados & Associados, delivers a step-by-step guide to understanding the 2019 Design Manual for successful grant of industrial
design protection.

Eurasian industrial designs versus Russian industrial designs

Elena L. Davydova, Chief of Ineureka LLC IP Protection Department, evaluates the benefits of the recently introduced Eurasian industrial design patent system in comparison to the Russian industrial designs patent system.

Effects of Measures for the Implementation of Early Resolution Mechanism for Drug Patent Disputes on R&D and marketing of generic drugs in China

Dr. Yongqiang Qi, Partner and Patent Attorney at Corner Stone, reviews the benefits offered to the development of generic drugs in China as a result of the patent linkage system to lawfully deliver good, cheap, and effective substances into the market.

Federal Circuit rejects constitutional challenge to PTAB’s structure

David McCombs, Eugene Goryunov, and Jonathan Bowser of Haynes & Boone evaluate the rejections made by the Federal Circuit in the Mobility Workx, LLC v. Unified Patents, LLC case.

Will the Polish Patent Office operate more quickly than the EUIPO?

Dr Anna Sokołowska-Ławniczak questions the proposed changes to Industrial Property Law currently being drafted in Poland, asking if they are all actually beneficial for the industry.

Patents in Latin American countries: exceptions to the rights conferred, patentable subject matter, and potential markets

Susana Ruiz Pérez, Patent Attorney at H&A, explains the importance of distinguishing the classification between resident and non-resident patent owners, what is exempt from patent protection in which jurisdictions, and the protection of technologies that mitigate climate change.

Patent infringement and invalidity actions in Brazil

Ana Paula Brito & Maria Eduarda Junqueira of Montaury Pimenta, Machado & Vieira de Mello give a brief outline of each proceeding and how courts assess the technical discussion in both.

Patent term adjustments in Mexico

Sergio Olivares & Mauricio Samano, of OLIVARES, examine the history of Patent Term Adjustments in Mexico from Pipeline Patents to the current Supplementary certificate that is available for patent owners.

A changing landscape: prosecution of pharma patent applications in Brazil

Daniela Fasoli, Senior Partner at Simoes IP Law Firm, reviews the changes to Brazilian Patent Law in the pharma space and what these will lend to the field.

An overview of the latest inventions presented at the Technosreda Festival in Moscow at VDNKh on September 25-26

Ludmila V. Lisovskaya, of Zuykov and Partners, discovers the emergence of “intellectual wealth” in Russia having attended the Technosreda Festival, highlighting the need for intellectual property protection.

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Diversity, equity, and inclusion with Suzanne Wertheim. Chapter 4: DEI in law

In this six-part series Dr. Suzanne Wertheim, of Worthwhile Research & Consulting, talks to The Patent Lawyer about diversity, equity, and inclusion: what it means; the current challenges; DEI in law; gender bias; and what we can all do to improve.

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