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CAR-T adoption races ahead but obstacles lie in wait

24 September 2018 by Frances Salisbury and Adam Gregory

Novartis and the NHS’ recent agreement concerning CAR-T therapy is a positive step for adoptive immunotherapy. However, while the future looks bright, the therapy is also subject to threats. Frances Salisbury and Adam Gregory of Mewburn Ellis discuss successes and potential Brexit-related hurdles

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IP STARS 2019 webinar recording now available

21 September 2018 by Managing Intellectual Property

Managing Intellectual Property hosted a well-attended webinar yesterday to provide information about IP STARS and the research for the 2019 edition. Questions from attendees were also answered.

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Join IP STARS 2019 research webinar

12 September 2018 by Managing Intellectual Property

Managing IP invites you to a webinar which will provide guidance on making submissions to IP STARS

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Examining different forms of protection for personality rights

01 September 2018 by Norton Rose Fulbright

Big names in Hollywood, sports, and music often enforce their personality rights

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TPTO refuses trade mark solely due to bad faith

01 September 2018 by Managing Intellectual Property

When evaluating bad faith claims, the Turkish Patent and Trademark Office (TPTO) considers several matters , but predominantly if the trade mark is an original sign that was created by a prior right holder.

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Court allows laches defense in cancellation case

01 September 2018 by Karen Artz Ash

In the last few years, the US Supreme Court has held that laches is not an available defense to claims for copyright or patent infringement brought within the limited periods described under each of the Copyright and Patent Acts

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When is joint use of trade marks allowed?

01 September 2018 by Managing Intellectual Property

Ten years ago the Austrian Supreme Court decided a case concerning Mazda and a tuning company. The tuning company had offered its chip tuning parts for a range of cars. It also named on its website the car types for which it offered these chips. For that it used the cars’ word marks and the figurative marks (logos).

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Court rules in favour of Phillips in SEP dispute

01 September 2018 by Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan

In a judgment dated July 12 2018, the Delhi High Court has allowed a plea of patent infringement by Koninklijke Philips Electronics (Phillips)

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One Belt One Road brings opportunity and risk

01 September 2018 by Lee Chiao Ying

One Belt One Road (OBOR) is a government initiative proposed by China’s President Xi Jinping in September 2013 for joint economic development spanning 65 countries

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Law on national domain images changes

01 September 2018 by Aurélia Marie

A French court issued a ruling on April 13 2018 concerning the photographs of Chambord Castle used by Kronenbourg breweries in the context of an advertising campaign for one of their beers.