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UK IPO celebrates first filing in new digital service

UK IPO celebrates first filing in new digital service

The UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO) marks a ‘game-changing moment’ as the first patent is filed in the new ‘One IPO’ service. The IPO is celebrating a landmark moment, with the first patent application successfully filed on the new fully digital ‘One IPO’...

Patent law and litigation without Chevron deference

Patent law and litigation without Chevron deference

In Loper Bright Enterprises v. Raimondo, the Supreme Court overturned Chevron in a 6-3 decision, thereby eliminating nearly 40 years of Chevron deference to administrative agencies. Based on Section 706 of the Administrative Procedure Act (APA), the majority held that...

The Invention Stack: harvesting and protecting intellectual property

Chris Johns, Partner at Finnegan, and Leonard Stewart, Assistant General Counsel for Fidelity Information Services, draw insights from Jim McKelvey’s The Innovation Stack to relate business success over conglomerates with the parallel necessity to protect innovations.

Did The United States Supreme Court make litigation more dangerous for defendants in IP cases? Probably not…

Marc J. Pernick, Partner at Maschoff Brennan, details the intricacies of the Mallory case that raised important questions surrounding personal jurisdiction to conclude the potential impact that the verdict could have on IP cases in the US.

Getting the most from your first office action from the United States Patent and Trademark Office

Jeremy W. Miller and Wendy M. Slade of Dowell & Dowell provide best practices for avoiding delays and receiving successful grants when filing US National Stage applications with the USPTO.

Framing issues in an APA context: recent outcomes

David McCombs, Eugene Goryunov, and Adam Erickson of Haynes and Boone highlight recent strategies from appellants to frame issues as violations of the Administrative Procedure Act for a less deferential standard of review on appeal.

Women in IP Leadership: An interview: inspirations, experiences, and ideas for equality.

Featuring:  Federica Combariati, Senior IP Counsel at ASSA ABLOY Group

Sponsored by: Clarivate

Women in IP Leadership: An interview: inspirations, experiences, and ideas for equality.

Featuring:Annya Dushine, Global Head of the Clarivate IP Management Consulting Practice

Sponsored by: Clarivate

Rankings: South America

10 of the best law firms from each of the top South American jurisdictions, including Brazil, Chile and Peru.

A new era for China’s design system

Lunwei Huang, Partner at Beijing Sanyou Intellectual Property Agency Ltd., addresses the implementation of the latest Chinese Patent Law from patent term extension to the accession to the Hague Agreement to provide insight into the changing legal landscape.

Recent changes in Hungarian IP Law

Ádám György and István Molnár of SBGK introduce the amendments to Hungarian IP Acts that will have a significant impact on the protection of designs, patents, and copyright.

Amazon’s Patent Evaluation Express (APEX) program has declaratory judgment action risks for patent owners

Joseph Kim and Paul Ainsworth of Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox PLLC evaluate the recent SnapPower v. Lighting Defense Group to draw conclusions on the effectiveness of Amazon’s APEX program in protecting IP owners.

A guide to Hangzhou for your time at AIPPI World Congress

Ahead of the 2024 AIPPI World Congress set to take place in Hangzhou, China, October 19-22, The Patent Lawyer takes a look at the city’s highlights and provides travel advice for your trip to experience the economic hub and exquisite cuisine.

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UK Intellectual Property Office welcomes new IP Minister

The UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO) welcomes the announcement that Feryal Clark MP has been appointed Parliamentary Under Secretary of State in the Department for Science, Innovation, and Technology, with responsibility for IP. The IPO’s CEO, Adam Williams,...

Womble adds patent partner, continues growth of Denver office

DENVER (July 18, 2024) – Womble Bond Dickinson announced today that Jason Vick has joined the firm’s Denver office as a partner in the Patent Prosecution and Litigation practice. A registered patent attorney, Vick focuses his practice on domestic and foreign patent...

ArentFox Schiff adds IP litigation partner in San Francisco

The coast-to-coast expansion of ArentFox Schiff’s nationally recognized Intellectual Property practice continues with the addition of Partner Ehsun Forghany in the San Francisco office. Forghany’s arrival follows the recent addition of a 17-member IP and Litigation...

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UK Intellectual Property Office welcomes new IP Minister

The UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO) welcomes the announcement that Feryal Clark MP has been appointed Parliamentary Under Secretary of State in the Department for Science, Innovation, and Technology, with responsibility for IP. The IPO’s CEO, Adam Williams,...

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Womble adds patent partner, continues growth of Denver office

DENVER (July 18, 2024) – Womble Bond Dickinson announced today that Jason Vick has joined the firm’s Denver office as a partner in the Patent Prosecution and Litigation practice. A registered patent attorney, Vick focuses his practice on domestic and foreign patent...

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ArentFox Schiff adds IP litigation partner in San Francisco

The coast-to-coast expansion of ArentFox Schiff’s nationally recognized Intellectual Property practice continues with the addition of Partner Ehsun Forghany in the San Francisco office. Forghany’s arrival follows the recent addition of a 17-member IP and Litigation...

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UK IPO celebrates first filing in new digital service

The UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO) marks a ‘game-changing moment’ as the first patent is filed in the new ‘One IPO’ service. The IPO is celebrating a landmark moment, with the first patent application successfully filed on the new fully digital ‘One IPO’...

read more

Patent law and litigation without Chevron deference

In Loper Bright Enterprises v. Raimondo, the Supreme Court overturned Chevron in a 6-3 decision, thereby eliminating nearly 40 years of Chevron deference to administrative agencies. Based on Section 706 of the Administrative Procedure Act (APA), the majority held that...

read more

Behind the scenes: Potter Clarkson’s IP Summer School

Our Editor-in-Chief, Faye Waterford, had the unique opportunity to attend Potter Clarkson’s residential IP Summer School, an exclusive event that took place on June 25-26 at the University of Nottingham. After a very warm welcome and humorous icebreaker conducted by...

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Buchalter welcomes IP shareholder in San Francisco

Buchalter is pleased to announce that Robert Becker has joined the firm as a Shareholder in its San Francisco office as a member of the Intellectual Property practice group. “We are thrilled to welcome Rob to Buchalter,” said Adam Bass, President and Chief Executive...

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Samsung’s preemptive strike: precedent or predictable?

Consumers are very familiar with tech product launches. Years of research, speculation, tech blog rumors, and even legal filings all build anticipation for the long-awaited official announcement. The dramatization of the process is, of course, all part of the...

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Ojam Bullrich Flanzbaum appoints Belen Recchini as partner

The firm specialized in intellectual property, technology, and data privacy, Ojam Bullrich Flanzbaum, has appointed Belen Recchini as its new partner. Recchini has been part of the company's team since February 2019. Recchini is a lawyer who graduated from the...

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Com Laude announces appointment of Ben Crawford as CEO

25 June 2024 - London - Com Laude, leading global provider of internet domain name management and online brand protection to many of the world’s foremost brands, today announced the appointment of Ben Crawford as Chief Executive Officer and Director. The news follows...

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By providing a platform to share personal experiences we aim to continue the empowerment of women in the world of IP.

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