February 2020








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Crunch time

In part two of a two-part series, Daniel Lim focuses on legal and ethical developments in the breakthrough CRISPR field View the original article here: Crunch time The article was originally posted on IPMagazine. Each…


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Play again?

Should video game developers support pirate sites for legacy games? Ben Wodecki finds out why this looks unlikely to happen View the original article here: Play again? The article was originally posted on IPMagazine. Each…


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A brave old world?

In an era where consumers are increasingly concerned about the origin of produce, the subject of geographical indications has taken on added significance. Adrian Esquivel explores View the original article here: A brave old world?…


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Walk the line

Richard Plaistowe looks at the perils of businesses favourably comparing themselves to competitors as better and cheaper View the original article here: Walk the line The article was originally posted on IPMagazine. Each article is copyrighted…


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Generics' goal

The upcoming Chinese drug patent linkage system will present new opportunities and new challenges to patent owners. Christopher Shao-Wei, Fei Kou, and Lynn Wang explore View the original article here: Generics' goal The article was…


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Responsibility and liability

Simon Miles and Yoon Hur consider new UK laws and judgments and their impact on ISPs View the original article here: Responsibility and liability The article was originally posted on IPMagazine. Each article is copyrighted…



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Cash in your chips

John Nagle, Kate Gehl and Ian Hampton weigh up the impact of the FTC v Qualcomm case, if it is upheld View the original article here: Cash in your chips The article was originally posted…


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Checking the bills

Kevin E Noonan considers what impact the US bills targeting drug price reform will have if they enter into law View the original article here: Checking the bills The article was originally posted on IPMagazine….


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On trend

Libbie (Elizabeth) DiMarco reviews hot topics at the US International Trade Commission View the original article here: On trend The article was originally posted on IPMagazine. Each article is copyrighted to their original authors. We…


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Barriers to relief

Thomas Hayden argues that further clarification is needed on what activity qualifies for R&D tax relief View the original article here: Barriers to relief The article was originally posted on IPMagazine. Each article is copyrighted…


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The fine line

The UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office approach post-GDPR goes beyond fines View the original article here: The fine line The article was originally posted on IPMagazine. Each article is copyrighted to their original authors. We do…