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The pitfalls of electronic signatures in copyright assignments

11 September 2020 by Cronje Jackson

Cronje Jackson explores the pitfalls of electronic signatures in copyright assignments in South Africa

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IP in the future UK-EU relationship deal

01 April 2021 by Dave Holt and Lucy Mills

Dave Holt and Lucy Mills of Potter Clarkson analyse the IP provisions in the post-Brexit agreement and the potential impact on rights holders

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Has the era of e-evidence arrived in China?

14 July 2020 by Anna Mae Koo and Ann Xu

Anna Mae Koo and Ann Xu of Vivien Chan & Co examine the new rules surrounding e-evidence, as well as the role blockchain and time stamps play in IP cases

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Is a licence agreement principally a covenant not to sue?

13 July 2020 by Cystal Chen, Jesse Peng and Kevin Feng

Cystal Chen, Jesse Peng and Kevin Feng of Tsai Lee & Chen analyse a dispute in which the plaintiff argued that a licence agreement is a covenant not to sue and that use of the licensed patents is irrelevant

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Q&A on Chinese patent law

12 July 2020 by Yan Wang, Lili Wu and Rui Luo

Yan Wang, Lili Wu and Rui Luo of Han Kun Law Offices answer key questions relating to Chinese patent law, including those on acquiring and renewing patents, infringement and legislation

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Neil young kicks trump to the curb: no more ‘devil’s sidewalk’!

01 May 2020 by Nicole Smalberger

Well-known musician Neil Young is suing the presidential campaign of Donald Trump, calling on the campaign to stop all use of his music at Trump rallies. These songs include “Devil’s Sidewalk” and “Rockin in the Free World”.

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Crisis and Innovation

01 May 2020 by Gwilym Roberts, Costas Stephanides

In this time of extraordinary change and uncertainty, reaction has been rapid, well meaning and often effective at the individual, enterprise and nationwide level

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EPO Enlarged Board of Appeal Decision G 3/19 and the patentability of plant and animal products in Europe

01 May 2020 by Tom Leonard and Harriet Folland

Last week the EPO issued another decision (G 3/19, “Pepper”) from the Enlarged Board of Appeal (EBA) regarding the patentability of plant and animal products.

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Protecting and enforcing patents in China

22 July 2019 by Yan Wang, Lili Wu and Tao Zhang

Yan Wang, Lili Wu and Tao Zhang of Han Kun Law Offices answer key questions on patents in China, including the process for acquiring a patent, how to renew patents, which inventions can be covered by a patent and grounds for invalidation

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Creating an effective strategy for trade mark squatting in China

21 May 2019 by Anna Mae Koo and Ann Xu

Anna Mae Koo and Ann Xu of Vivien Chan & Co evaluate the different ways to handle trade mark squatters in China, including asserting bad faith and relying on the well-known status of the mark