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Infrastructure is the road to innovation success
11 September 2015
With a strong IP infrastructure in place, any country can join the elite group that currently defines the global innovation economy, says Patrick Kilbride of the Global Intellectual Property Center readmore

Managing translation requirements in Latin America and why it matters
11 September 2015
It is important to proactively engage in managing the translation component, especially in Latin America, says Matthew Sekac of Park IP Translations readmore

Reach-through with care
11 September 2015
Care must be taken in drawing up the necessary licences to ensure that the appropriate rewards reach the correct people, says Patricia Barclay of Bonaccord readmore

A rose by any other name would smell as sweet
11 September 2015
Arnie Clarke of Gill Jennings & Every LLP explains how to distinguish polymorphs at the European Patent Office readmore

A riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma
11 September 2015
The Biologics Price Competition and Innovation Act has ended up in the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit readmore

Freedom-to-operate: promises and pitfalls in patent searches
11 September 2015
FTO analyses are crucial, particularly for the life sciences, says Heinz Mueller of the Swiss Federal Institute of Intellectual Property readmore

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Australia
06 January 2016
Australia’s IP system has come under the spotlight as the government considers possible reforms. Naomi Pearce and Nigel Lokan of K&L Gates speak to Tammy Facey readmore

India
11 September 2015
Mohan Dewan and Disha Dewan of R K Dewan & Co report on the ban on any changes to patent specifications or claims at the time of national phase entry via the Patent Cooperation Treaty in India readmore

India
11 September 2015
The fear that natural products would be privatised soon, or one cannot study a product of nature and benefit from it if another legally possesses it, is always in the minds of all stakeholders. D. Calab Gabriel and Maria Gabriel of Lex IP Care discuss the patenting of natural bio-materials in India readmore

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Terry Mahn
Fish & Richardson
03 February 2016
Terry Mahn of Fish & Richardson discusses the issues still to be resolved in the Food and Drug Administration’s proposed naming system for biosimilars readmore

Rogelio Nicandro
Romulo LLP
04 November 2015
Rogelio Nicandro of Romulo LLP offers some handy tips for stopping trademark infringement in the Philippines readmore

Grant Shoebridge
Shelston IP
04 November 2015
Grant Shoebridge of Shelston IP unpacks the Australian High Court’s Myriad decision readmore

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AstraZeneca enters China with Plendil
02 March 2016 | London
AstraZeneca has entered into a licensing agreement with China Medical System (CMS) Holdings for the commercialisation rights in China to its calcium channel blocker, Plendil (felodipine)... readmore

Hogan Lovells boosts capabilities in Japan
01 March 2016 | Tokyo
Hogan Lovells has boosted its Japanese domestic patent capability with the hire of Hiroto Imai... readmore

Morgan Lewis bags four from K&L Gates
29 February 2016 | Chicago
Morgan Lewis has expanded its global IP team with four new partners from K&L Gates... readmore

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