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Smart & Biggar/Fetherstonhaugh rebrands

02 September 2019 by Kingsley Egbuonu

This leading Canadian IP firm rebranded on September 1 2019

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Milbank welcomes four IP litigators in Los Angeles

17 August 2019 by Chris Adams and Kingsley Egbuonu

The firm hired four IP litigators, two of whom are ranked as patent stars, from a rival

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Patents for etanercept valid, says court

16 August 2019 by Chris Adams and Kingsley Egbuonu

In a highly-anticipated biologic patent dispute, the US District Court for the District of New Jersey has found that Amgen's patents for Enbrel® (etanercept) are valid. Two ranked firms are involved in this dispute

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The UK’s no-deal Brexit plans for EU trade marks and designs

12 August 2019 by Margaret Arnott, Harry Rowe and Daniel Ramos

Margaret Arnott, Harry Rowe and Daniel Ramos of Mathys & Squire analyse the UK’s no-deal Brexit plans for EU trade mark and design rights

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Apple to buy Intel’s smartphone modem business

02 August 2019 by Kingsley Egbuonu

The $1 billion transaction will see Apple acquire “innovative” wireless technology patents from Intel

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Developing the future leaders in IP

01 August 2019 by Kingsley Egbuonu

In an article published in the July/August issue of Managing IP magazine, Nicola Dagg, Daniel Lim and Katie Coltart of Kirkland & Ellis talked about the challenges firms face to develop and retain young, talented lawyers and the benefits of an empowering working culture

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IP protection for medical devices in India increases

31 July 2019 by Saya Choudhary Kapur and Vivek Ranjan

Saya Choudhary Kapur and Vivek Ranjan of Singh & Singh Law Firm examine the regulations surrounding medical devices in India and compare the law around patenting methods of treatment with that in the US and Europe

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A review of the recent patent and industrial design developments in Malaysia

29 July 2019 by Dave A Wyatt

Dave A Wyatt of Henry Goh & Co reviews the recent patent and industrial design trends and developments, including application and registration statistics, the patent prosecution highway (PPH) pilot programme and case law

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Austrian IP boutique ceases to exist

17 July 2019 by Kingsley Egbuonu

The firm's name partners decided to go their separate ways, with one opting to join a general law firm

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Reflecting on Malaysian trade marks in 2018

23 May 2019 by Lim Eng Leong

Lim Eng Leong of Henry Goh & Co looks back at the trade mark arena in Malaysia in 2018, analysing trade mark growth, administration, legislation and litigation