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MIP: Top 250 Women in IP 2019/20

We are delighted to announce that Arlene Chow, Zhen (Katie) Feng, Imogen Fowler, Natalia Gulyaeva and Julia Anne Matheson have been included in Managing Intellectual Property’s Top 250 Women in IP list for 2019/20.

This special recognition recognizes female practitioners in private practice who have performed exceptionally for their clients and firms in the past year.

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Posted in Copyright, designs, Policy & Regulation Sahira KhwajaClare Matheson

Real Estate Horizons: The Power of the Brand

Real Estate Horizons is a snapshot of key legal topics and market trends across the globe. This post higlights the importance of IP rights in this sector. With property developments increasingly focusing on experience and becoming “destinations” or lifestyle brands in their own right, branding has become an essential element of the development process. Therefore, protecting your IP rights is … Continue Reading

Posted in intellectual property, Policy & Regulation

Join Us: Hogan Lovells Innovation Lounge

April 16 from 5:30 – 8:30pm || Hogan Lovells, Washington, D.C.

On April 16, join us for a networking event highlighting cutting-edge technology. Joining us are four industry trailblazers discussing a range of innovative technologies, research, and ideas. The conversation will explore existing and forthcoming legal issues associated with our panelists pioneering work. Hors d’oeuvres and drinks will be served … Continue Reading

Posted in Copyright Alastair ShawPenny Thornton

UK Supreme Court holds rights-holders should bear the costs of web-blocking injunctions

The Supreme Court handed down its much anticipated judgment in Cartier International AG v British Telecommunications Plc today. The Judges held unanimously that rights-holders should bear the costs of implementing website-blocking injunctions. In doing so, the Supreme Court reversed the Court of Appeal majority judgment. Although the case concerned blocking sites selling counterfeits, the judgment is not limited to online … Continue Reading