COVID-19 and the digitalization of Intellectual Property
Megatrends can become a bit boring over time. Until they are not, of course.
Future-proofing investments: The role of IP in a successful deal
Investors and investment targets must understand the relevance and usefulness of IP along every step of the path, wherever it may lead.
Is a cease and desist letter enforceable? Common issues and best practices
The path to stopping infringement of your Intellectual Property rights begins with two key questions.
Everyday IP: The notable IP of golf, basketball and other sports
There are more than a few fascinating stories regarding IP in sports, ranging from the origin of basketball to the thousands of patents in golf.
The impact of digitalization, automation and AI on Intellectual Property
The rising tide of new technologies will require those in the IP field to become more attuned to these advancements and develop new skills.
Everyday IP: When were cars invented?
While some nations are more automobile-dependent than others, it is still difficult to imagine how our modern world would function without cars.
The tech dilemma: Should I patent my app?
After developing a trail-blazer mobile app or feature, the ultimate question you need to answer is whether it makes sense to pursue patentability.
How to craft an effective CDA – the essentials
Following our last article in the series, we discuss the relevance of CDAs, their essential components and situations in which they are used.
Five rules for a successful supplementary protection certificate application
When it comes to applying for an SPC, there is no one-size-fits-all plan of action, but we have five golden rules for handling these IP rights.
Eurasian industrial design: an overview of a new regional system
The Eurasian regional system of industrial design legal protection is a convenient instrument for applicants and patent owners acting in the region.
IP investment and the jewelry industry: an opportunity for economic growth in Africa
Africa is an important continent for the production of minerals and precious metals, but very little jewelry is manufactured there.
Everyday IP: A brief history of candy bars
Candy or chocolate bars are perhaps the most commonly bought sweet treats globally, but do you know their value as IP assets?