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India introduces Digital Personal Data Protection Act, 2023

A step forward, but not sufficient to safeguard data privacy, say some IP attorneys

AI does not signal the death of trademarks, IP lawyers say

Speakers at one of the sessions held during the 2023 INTA Annual Meeting Live+ from May 16 to 20, 20...

IP protection, enforcement remain strong in Ukraine

IP attorneys from Kiev discuss why IP has not weakened in war-torn country.

AI as inventor: Thaler’s legal team laments flawed decision by Australian court

Standfirst: Errors stem from various factors including misinterpretation of the Patents Act

Nick Roudev joins Linklaters Middle East TMT practice

Roudev joins from Simmons & Simmons, where he was a managing associate.

Artificial Creators: Can Works by AI Warrant IP Protection?

When discussing artificial intelligence, people often focus on how far AI can go. Ivy Choi asks: Are...

Protecting artificial intelligence-driven inventions

Although artificial intelligence dates back to the 1950s, nowadays it has become more popular in our...

Australian court ruling says it all: AI can be an inventor

The court recently arrived at such finding for Thaler v. Commissioner of Patents [2021] FCA 879 whic...

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