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Exhausted by Brexit?

The UK now has the regulatory freedom to choose its own exhaustionof IP rights regime and to examine whether the current arrangements best servethe country’s interests. Charles Russell Speechlys’ MaryBagnall explains

Brand new world

Non-fungible tokens are transforming theway we buy, sell and advertise products says Finnegan’s Anna B Naydonov

Changing landscape of PAEs

Winston & Strawn’s MikeTomasulo, Danielle Williams and Kevin Boyle explain how a new trend in patentlitigation is emerging along with a rise in damages

Incentivising creativity

Legislative changes are being implemented to strengthen Singapore’s copyright regime, seeking to repeal and replace the current Copyright Act

Burst bubble

In the first ruling on the registration of a sound mark submitted in audio format, the EU General Court has denied the sound of a fizzy drink can being opened

Emergency procedure

EPO rules it can continue to hold oral proceedings by videoconference without the consent of all parties during the pandemic, but declined to say if this should also apply in the absence of a general emergency