With two decades of experience to draw on, Trade Mark Examiner Ann Wulff gives her insight into life at the UK IPO.
Birgit Clark investigates how and why the world’s IP offices are ramping up their adoption of high-tech tools.
A range of communities can help address life’s complexity, explains Andrea Brewster.
Carol Nyahasha reflects on the recent YORUBA STARS outcome and issues a warning to anyone who underestimates the strength of communities that seek to protect their cultural identity.
Oscar Benito brings us up to date on what’s up at WIPO.
Five proven and practical ideas for increasing diversity in your firm.
Charlotte Wilding explains the basis of a partial success for Infineon.
This partial victory suggests the power of reputation, writes David Birchall.
The BoA was fully entitled to its decision on confusion, reports Eleni Mezulanik.
For one polo club, a successful defence proved fairly simple, says Simon Miles.
The Opponent was allowed to pursue its best case, says Claire Breheny.
Milena Velikova feels there may be some sympathy for the Proprietor here.
Katharina Barker raises some interesting questions about future defensibility.