the 192nd Issue: International Standard-Setting Policies Unclear On IP, US Study Finds --- China Intellectual Property

the 192nd Issue: International Standard-Setting Policies Unclear On IP, US Study Finds

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A new study of 12 leading international standard-setting organisations (SSOs) found a high degree of inconsistency and lack of clarity when it comes to intellectual property rights and licensing. The study also includes analyses on how standards policies are evolving in Brazil, China and India... More
 
As of October 1, the UK Patents County Court will be known as the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court (IPEC) and will sit within the Chancery Division of the High Court in London... More
 
A seminar on the right to enjoy the benefits of scientific progress and its applications was heldat the United Nations last week with panellists exploring the intersection between intellectual property and human rights in the context of public health, agriculture, and the role of flexibilities to achieve balance between private and public interests... More
 
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The Trademark Law of the People’s Republic of China (the Trademark Law) adopts the “first-to-file” doctrine, which grants a theoretically exclusive right of trademark use to the registrant who applies first, and provides the registrant a high degree of legal protection for its exclusive use in China... More
 
· Navigating the patent landscape in Africa (II) Issue 56, By Tyron Grant, Craig Kahn, Jacky He,[Patent]
 
Acquiring patent rights in Africa can be a complex process, as an applicant is required to interpret the various laws of each of the different states in which it requires protection. Further, in many instances, a shortage of or complete lack of IP practitioners in a specific country can impede an applicant’s attempts to obtain patent rights... More
 
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