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Potter Clarkson LLP | United Kingdom, Global | 12 Feb 2020

AI and IP - Ambitious WIPO consultation starts important conversation

As a general-purpose technology with far-reaching potential, artificial intelligence (AI) is expected to have great and widespread impact on society


Miller Canfield PLC | United Kingdom, European Union, Global | 11 Feb 2020

BREXIT’s Projected Impact on Intellectual Property Rights

Brexit finally arrived on Jan. 31, 2020, and we are now in the period during which the UK and EU will negotiate the final rules governing their


Crefovi | Global | 10 Feb 2020

How could the failed enforcement of the SGAE arbitration award have been avoided?

Tweet When SGAE concluded an arbitration, in July 2017, to decide a dispute between it and major and indie music publishers, everybody thought that


IAM | USA, Global | 6 Feb 2020

Iancu makes US concerns about possible Chinese WIPO leadership clear

USPTO Director Andrei Iancu has added his voice to the debate about who should be elected as the next director general of WIPO, telling an event in


Hogan Lovells | European Union, Global | 27 Jan 2020

Tom Kabinet: CJEU rules resale of e-books requires permission of copyright holder

The CJEU in its Tom Kabinet judgment has ruled that the supply of e-books qualifies as “an act of communication to the public” under the InfoSoc


MME Legal Tax Compliance | Global | 27 Jan 2020

Updated Procedural Rules for .ch and .li Domain Name Disputes

The WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center - in collaboration with SWITCH - offers an alternative and highly popular dispute resolution mechanism for


Mayer Brown | United Kingdom, Global | 20 Jan 2020

The rise of AI and WIPO consultation on intellectual property issues

Ongoing public consultations from the World Intellectual Property Organisation (“WIPO”) and the UK Information Commissioner’s Office demonstrate a


Baker McKenzie | Global | 17 Jan 2020

The Horizons of Technology and Digitalization in Arbitration

In a world of constantly evolving technology and digitalization, the legal profession also evolves and practitioners' expectations of efficiency and


Baker McKenzie | Canada | 16 Jan 2020

Important Note Regarding Designating Canada in Madrid System Filings

On 17 June 2019, Canada acceded to the Madrid Protocol. International applicants can now file a single international application and pay one set of


World Trademark Review | United Kingdom, European Union, Global | 16 Jan 2020

URS procedure - what it is and what it does

The URS procedure is a domain name dispute rule set similar to the better-known UDRP, but with a number of key differences - primarily, that it

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