In an industry that is undergoing a rapid digital transformation, so is the relationship between in-house IP departments and law firms. Our latest research report uncovers the key challenges facing IP law firms and corporates and what their clients expect from them now and in the future.

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The Chief Economist of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Maury Obstfeld, has said that a flexible intellectual property regime in China could be key to resolving trade tensions with the U.S.

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Chief Strategy Officer Toni Nijm blogs about the potential of blockchain technology in intellectual property management.

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On September 25, the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) and the International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations’ (IFPMA) combined to launch a new online tool Pat-INFORMED.

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Brexit: an IP update

By Claire Barker • September 10, 2018

We take a look at what the most recent developments in the Brexit negotiations mean for IP.

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As the decade-long KitKat trademark battle continues, Simon Webster looks at the evolution of the case, and its implications for trademarking across the EU.

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National Account Manager at CPA Global, Lila Milford, explains why she thinks new technology, and the change it brings, is an opportunity rather than a threat for the IP industry globally.

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Ian Johnson in his new blog explores if European patent laws will need change as machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) become more adept at performing human tasks and potentially generating machine innovation.

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In a series of articles on the Future of IP, our IP technology guru, Jon-James Kirtland, outlines some of the challenges and pressures that IP departments and the law firms that support them face.

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