Category Archives: Int’l Practice and Policy

Intellectual Property in Russia

Guest Post from Thomas C. Carey | Chair, Business Practice Group, at Sunstein LLP The Russian war on Ukraine has resulted in a series of US sanctions and Russian countermeasures that have disrupted the coordination of patent and trademark rights … Continue reading

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Important Amendments to Chinese Patent Law

Guest post from Deshan Li, Ph.D., Executive Vice President and Senior Partner at Unitalen Attorneys at Law. On October 17, 2020, the amendments to the Patent Law were adopted by the Congress, which will come into effect as of June … Continue reading

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IP Update – Canada | New Patent Rules released: 12 Notable Changes & Tips

Guest Post from David Schwartz and Jeff Leuschner of  Smart & Biggar. On December 1, 2018, the Canadian government released its proposed new Patent Rules in the Canada Gazette, Part I. This is one of the last steps necessary for implementing significant changes … Continue reading

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Do You Really Want to File for Pharma Patent Protection in Canada, India or Ecuador?

IPO Letter Reports Weaknesses in IP Protection Around the World In a 27 page letter dated February 8, 2018 and sent to Sue Chang at the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, the Executive Director of IPO, Mark Lauroesch, extensively … Continue reading

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