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Could Apple face an ITC import ban of its watches?

US17-01-2023Sarah Speight

With wearable health monitoring technology booming, Apple is facing several challenges to its smartwatch patents from medtech firms, and ITC investigations threatening import bans in the US. Sarah Speight reports.

Promoting women in STEM

International15-11-2022Janine Swarbrick and Sofie McPherson

What does it mean for women to be at the heart of our business? Janine Swarbrick and Sofie McPherson of HGF examine the gender balance in IP and what is being done to improve it.

Patenting livestock microbiome tech: trends and takeaways

EU27-10-2022Rosie McDowell

Developments in microbiome tech are aimed at reducing the need for antibiotics in livestock farming and have led to some notable patenting trends and requirements, explains Rosie McDowell of EIP.

Microbial consortia and IP in Europe

EU23-08-2022Ine Vanderleyden

Protecting new and inventive innovations in this increasingly crowded area is essential, explains Ine Vanderleyden of Mewburn Ellis.

The fall of COVID-19 and the rise of antimicrobial resistance

International17-03-2022Donald McNab and Mark Schuster

With evidence of antimicrobial resistance increasing, can innovation incentives drive pharma to fight back? Donald McNab and Mark Schuster of Marks & Clerk explore.

Will authorised biologics deter biosimilars? Utilising JFTC’s expertise in drug pricing

Japan08-03-2022Takanori Abe

Should the MHLW and CSIMC consider competition in drug pricing, it would be necessary to formulate systems to utilise the expertise of a competition expert, namely the Japan Fair Trade Commission, says Takanori Abe of Abe & Partners.

SurgiSil: Lip implant case shows looks can be deceiving

US03-03-2022Elizabeth Ferrill

A seemingly small decision by the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit could have a big impact on owners of design patents, explains Elizabeth Ferrill of Finnegan.

When alliances fail, is arbitration the answer?

24-02-2022

The global pandemic has increased collaboration and a new wave of disputes is likely. Arbitration is well placed to help, argue Kate Davies McGill, Gaela Gehring Flores and Paul Keller of Allen & Overy

UN International Day of Women and Girls in Science: a perspective

International10-02-2022Chiara Banas

Chiara Banas, patent scientist at EIP, queries the gender gap in life sciences, and shares how her own experiences could prefigure change.

Pandemic blues: the global approach to COVID-related IP

US20-01-2022Matthew Howell and Lauren Griffin

While the effort to secure greater vaccine and treatment equality via an IP waiver is admirable, it could stifle innovation and create long-term problems, say Matthew Howell and Lauren Griffin of Alston & Bird.

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