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Hogan Lovells’ Standard Essential Patent Update – December 2018 (English and 日本語)

Hogan Lovells’ Standard Essential Patent (SEP) Update reports on recent news and case decisions from jurisdictions including China, Germany, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The December 2018 SEP Update can be accessed in the following languages: English language available here 日本語 (Japanese language) available here The December 2018 spotlight article covers recent developments

Generic drugs taking hold in the Asian marketplace: STAT News interview

Aging populations and rising healthcare costs across Asia — particularly in Japan — have created new market opportunities for generic drug makers operating in the region. For originator drug manufacturers, that means increased competitive pressures, and a new urgency to protect patents. In this interview with STAT News, Tokyo partner Dr. Fred Ch’en explains the political

US: How to avoid the FTC not “liking” your next campaign

The US Federal Trade Commission is clamping down on native advertising and the use of endorsements on social media. This article, first published in Managing IP, outlines a settlement which provides a number of lessons for brand owners. As advertisers are relying more heavily on social media platforms to create buzz around new products and services, a

Not so unitary after all? Cease & desist and damages claims law in EUTM infringements

The Higher Regional Court of Frankfurt recently ruled on the territorial scope of cease and desist claims and the law applicable to damages claims in a case where infringing acts occurred in several EU Member States (Higher Regional Court of Frankfurt, case ref. 6 U 4/15). Generally, the EU trademark regulation provides unitary protection of

United Arab Emirates – Artificial intelligence and robotics competition offers 1 million dollar prize: But will IP rights be secure?

The government of the United Arab Emirates is offering a US$1 million prize to the international winner and a 1 million UAE dirham prize to the national winner of its “AI and Robotics Award for Good” competition. The objective of the award is to encourage “innovation that benefits humanity”. The submissions must therefore relate to