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Complaints and requests for removal of design patent infringing products - the use and highlights of patent evaluation reports
The Federal Court of Australia has found a patent directed at a digital marketing scheme no more than a list of steps to be implemented by a computer using its well-known functions, and is not a patentable invention: ...
In a world first, a judge of the Federal Court of Australia has found that artificial intelligence (AI) is capable of being an “inventor” for the purposes of the Australian patent regime.
We are delighted to share that Bird & Bird ATMD has been ranked in a total of nine practice areas and industry sectors in the asialaw Profiles 2021 edition, which ranks the leading regional and domestic law firms and ...
Samsung had an interesting Christmas present for Ericsson: an ex-parte anti-suit injunction from Wuhan, China on Christmas morning. Ericsson replied yesterday with an Anti-Anti Suit injunction in the form of a Temporary ...
A topic at the edge of intellectual property law is the ambiguous relationship between non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and copyright law. NFTs have been put under the spotlight this year, as several sales of NFTs recorded ...
Specialist IP publication IAM has just published its Global Leaders Guide for 2022.
A raft of changes to the copyright regime have been introduced on 21 November 2021 with the new Copyright Act 2021 coming into force.
The Singapore Copyright Act is undergoing a major overhaul. Following an extensive public consultation exercise which began in 2016, the proposed amendments were passed by Parliament on 13 September 2021 and are ...
For a third consecutive year we have asked our technology & communications specialists from around the world to identify the challenges and opportunities they expect the sector to face in 2020.