Your Comprehensive Guide to IP Docketing –

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Intellectual property (IP) docking is often and wrongly considered an afterthought. But if you take care of the pennies, the pounds will take care of themselves. The management of basic data, deadlines and documentation from registration offices is essential to ensure the protection of intellectual property and support the generation of income. Without proper docketing … Read more

Dubai Customs processed 14 million transactions in the first half of the year – a trademark

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31 October 2023 United Trademark & ​​Patent Services You only need to register or log in to Mondaq.com to print this article. United Arab Emirates: Dubai Customs handled 14 million transactions in the first half of the year1 In the first half of 2023, Dubai Customs completed the clearance of 14 million customs transactions, a … Read more

Giving indigenous people a say in patentability: a tale of two countries – Patent

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You only need to register or log in to Mondaq.com to print this article. Given the current media focus on Indigenous rights, this article will briefly consider some aspects of patent law that relate to Indigenous rights, in particular: What is Indigenous Knowledge; What patent protections are currently available in Australia and … Read more

The Changing Faces of the International Trade Commission: Introducing the New Administrative Law Judges – Patent

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The International Trade Commission (ITC) looks a little different today. Previous stalwarts of administrative law judges (ALJs) have moved on. Some new names and faces were taken on the baton. As a result, the composition of the court is changing. For example, exams are becoming more vivid, at least when directly examined. For years, the … Read more

A positive sign for the patentability of computer-implemented inventions in Australia? – Patent

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For the first time since the landmark Aristocrat High Court case in 2021, the Federal Court of Australia considered the patentability of a computer-implemented invention (CII). The decision provides some needed clarity and provides greater support for the position that realized inventions can be patentable subject matter. Looking back at the Aristocrats case, the question … Read more