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Decision time

In the first of a two-partseries, David V Sanker discusses patentsversus trade secrets in the era of artificial intelligence

The home office

As theCovid-19 pandemic crisis deepens, Charles F HauffJr and R Lee Fraley explore theimpact on IP ownership as more people switch to remote working

Weak link

John MMulcahy and Yanbin Xu consider the difficulties in procuringand enforcing patents on blockchain technologies

Altered states

Rebecca Anderson-Smith and Joe McAlary consider what happens whentrademarks are altered in reaction to Covid-19

Rise of pharmaceutical nationalism?

Queen Mary Intellectual Property Research Institute’s Duncan Matthews asks whether the US stance on tackling Covid-19 is enlightened independence or the sign of a new protectionist era?

Ethical framework

Jean-David Behlow explores the data protection considerations triggered by the use of AI

Drawing the line

Tolga S Gulmen explores the issues around establishing clarity on patent protection and diagnostic methods in the US

Unauthorised disclosure

As more people work remotely, businesses should enhance their protection of confidential information say Houlihan’s Elizabeth Houlihan and Victoria Longshaw

A cure for Covid-19 – patent pending?

Intellectual Property Office of Singapore’s patent examiners Chen Xiuli, Du Ning and Terence Tan Tze Tong discuss how stimulating innovation now is critical not only to resolve the current pandemic, but also to prepare for future public health emergencies