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From time to time, issues of IAM feature management reports that take an in-depth look at a specific industry or practice area. Written by acknowledged experts in the field being covered, these reports are designed as user-friendly briefings that will keep readers up to date with the latest developments and cutting-edge thinking.

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Issue 66

July/August 2014
Issue #66

Issue 60

July/August 2013
Issue #60
  • IP in the Life Sciences Industries 2013

    No matter what stage of the business cycle they have reached, it is critical for companies in the life sciences sector to identify, protect and effectively manage their intellectual property if they want to maximise their chances of enduring success in the marketplace. A well-built, well-maintained IP portfolio enhances competitiveness, increases differentiation and can make a business more attractive to potential investors. It may also provide additional revenue streams where there are opportunities for it to be licensed or sold. read more

Issue 59

May/June 2013
Issue #59
  • Strategic brand management in a global marketplace

    In today’s globalised market, it is more important than ever to make smart decisions on trademark selection, registration and enforcement. A successful brand management programme can play a vital role in minimising risk and maximising value read more

  • Trademarks: evolving law in India

    India’s rise to prominence on the international scene has made it an increasingly attractive market in which to do business. The trademark regime is continually being refined to accommodate this growing interest read more

  • IP TRANSLATOR: earthquake or tremor?

    The European Court of Justice’s eagerly awaited decision in the IP TRANSLATOR case marks a turning point in the examination of trademark applications across the European Union. Applicants will need to review their filing strategies accordingly By Christian R Thomas, read more

  • Protecting packaging and product designs as trademarks

    Protecting trade dress is a delicate matter – not least because the way in which it is promoted directly impacts on enforceability. However, a well-thought-out strategy can result in a trademark right that is valid before the US Patent and Trademark Office read more

Issue 54

July/August 2012
Issue #54