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Utynam’s Heirs


Utynam was pleased to attend the 25th Annual Intellectual Property Law & Policy Conference at Fordham Law School in New York last month. Here are a few memorable moments

Views from general counsel Sessions at the conference addressed topics including Brexit, IP in China and "25 years of IP: Where Has It Been? Where Is It Going?" as well as topical issues such as FRAND, intermediary liability, populism, second medical...


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ICYMI, the US Supreme Court granted cert to a patent case late on Friday https://t.co/jC9Dw1uOJN WesternGeco v Ion… https://t.co/sshE3N2QUB

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The fourth amendment to the IP laws of Vietnam came into force yesterday https://t.co/S7gKuqqfDR

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ICYMI, big news out of Argentina last week https://t.co/oTqxlhZtFy Overhauls IP procedures, including speeding up o… https://t.co/QvRjfN0zDY

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