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Supreme Court Rules In Life Technologies Corp. V. Promega Corp.

On February 22, 2017 in Life Technologies Corp. v. Promega Corp, the Supreme Court in a 7-0 judgment (Chief Justice Roberts having recused himself) held that for there to be active inducement of infringement by export of...more

Litigation Alert: The Supreme Court Reverses Federal Circuit Ruling on Extraterritorial Patent Infringement

In an opinion that will likely give peace of mind to businesses shipping products from the U.S. abroad, Justice Sonia Sotomayor, writing for a unanimous Supreme Court, reversed the Federal Circuit in Life Technologies v....more

Cross-border Trade Secrets Protection - Coincidence or Collaboration?

The US and the EU passed new trade secret laws within 30 days of each other. If you are engaged in cross-border business you are now subject to dual enforcement -- but also common protections in both jurisdictions. What can...more

DSM webinar highlights tax, competition law, copyright, AVMS and data economy issues for 2017

In a February 7, 2017 webinar, the Hogan Lovells Digital Single Market (DSM) team presented its take on new developments for 2017. Peter Watts introduced the session by warning that the loss of the UK voice in EU policy...more

IP in the mix: M&A Year in Review - 2016

Around the globe and across a wide variety of industry sectors, our IP practice collaborated with our corporate and other practice areas of our firm to provide integrated legal services for our clients and friends on...more

Top Developments/Headlines in Trade Secret, Computer Fraud, and Non-Compete Law in 2016

Continuing our annual tradition, we present the top developments/headlines for 2016 in trade secret, computer fraud, and non-compete law. Please join us for our first webinar of the New Year on February 2, 2017, at 12:00 p.m....more

"Agencies Release Updated Guidelines for IP Licensing and International Enforcement and Cooperation"

On January 13, 2017, the U.S. Department of Justice Antitrust Division (DOJ) and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) (collectively, the Agencies) issued revised Antitrust Guidelines for the Licensing of Intellectual Property...more

[Event] Recent Developments in EU Antitrust Enforcement - Jan. 17th, Silicon Valley - Jan. 18th, San Francisco - Jan. 19th, Los...

This seminar will address key antitrust and competition issues affecting the European market now....more

Introduction to Trademarks Part 1

Trademark has a major value for any business, and one of the primary concerns of any well-established or successful business man. Therefore at the beginning we must clarify what a Trademark is, its importance, and how the law...more

It’s a Wrap – The Year in India That Was

Key developments in the Indian legal landscape in 2016 - From the Startup India campaign launched in January 2016 to the coming into force of substantial provisions of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code in December 2016,...more

Canadian Trademarks Office Begins to Issue Nice Classification Notices

As we reported previously, Canadian trademark law will be significantly changed to adhere to several international treaties. Although the timing of the changes is uncertain, it appears that the changes are likely to come...more

EU Retail News - December 2016

In 2010, two business school graduates launched Birchbox; a monthly subscription service to a box filled with sample-sized beauty products from over 309 brands. Birchbox has solved one of the most significant barriers to...more

Copyright Protection For Mass-Produced Articles In The United Kingdom

Prior to a recent change in the law, copyright protection in an artistic work expired after 25 years if articles embodying the work had been applied industrially (defined as making more than fifty articles). This kept the...more

Diamonds Are Forever, but Joint Ventures Are Not: Court Finds Claims Preempted by CUTSA in Business Deal Gone Bad

The holiday season is officially upon us: peppermint mochas have popped up on coffee shop menus, carols ring from department store speakers, and you can’t turn on the television without seeing at least three diamond...more

The Failed Trans-Pacific Partnership: What It Might Have Meant To Biotech and Pharma

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) was the latest in a series of multination international agreements aimed at reducing trade barriers and promoting global free trade. Most of these agreements are “regional,” like the North...more

Five Things You Should Know for 2017 About Cross-Border IP Licensing and Insolvency Law

Brexit. Trump. The year 2016 can be characterized as one of unpredicted results and impending uncertainty. In June, the UK electorate voted to leave the European Union and in November, a tumultuous presidential campaign in...more

IP law changes coming after Europe deal

After seven years of talks, delays and drama, changes to Canada’s intellectual property laws as a result of the nation’s free trade deal with the European Union are finally coming into view. On Oct. 31, the federal...more

2016: A Full Bouquet of Wine Fraud

The rapid growth of the international wine market has given rise to a simultaneous growth in wine fraud. The burgeoning demand, especially in China, has exposed all players—collectors, investors, vineyards, distributors, and...more

Business Litigation Report - November 2016

Second Circuit: International Comity Precludes Antitrust Liability of Chinese Manufacturers for Conduct Mandated by Chinese Law - On September 30, 2016, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit issued its...more

A Difference With A Distinction: The Second Circuit Upholds Preliminary Injunction In Parallel Imports Case

In Abbott Laboratories, et al. v. H&H Wholesale Services, Inc., et al., the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit affirmed a preliminary injunction issued in a trademark case focused on the parallel...more

McDermott International Legal Highlights November 2016

The New World of Global Tax Planning: a Checklist for Success - As all multinationals (MNEs) are discovering, domestic implementation of the recommendations set out in the base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) final...more

Litigation and enforcement in Japan: overview

MAIN DISPUTE RESOLUTION METHODS - 1. What are the main dispute resolution methods used in your jurisdiction to resolve large commercial disputes? Litigation Litigation is the most frequently used dispute...more

India and Singapore Sign MoU on Industrial Property Cooperation

The countries seek to facilitate bilateral cooperation and exchanges that encourage innovation. In a first of its kind for India and Singapore, the two countries have entered into a bilateral memorandum of...more

Business Litigation Report - October 2016

Structuring Foreign Investment to Ensure Treaty Protection - Although it is common practice for businesses to structure their investments abroad through jurisdictions that maximize tax and other advantages—such as the...more

EPO Begins Enforcing Dual-Party Execution of Assignments

We have previously noted that assignments executed solely by the assignor (e.g., an inventor when assigning rights to their employer) are technically deficient in Europe due to a difference between U.S. and European law. In...more

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