Daren Tang will replace Australia's Francis Gurry, who has been in the top job since 2008
America loses top spot for the first time in almost half a century; expert points to 'dramatic' improvement in China enforcement regime
The demise of plans for a European patent court is bad for clients, but could be better news for London
An abrupt about-turn by Britain has sparked an existential crisis for supporters of the UPC, writes David Sant
Market for IP lawyers remains buoyant as partners Eric Sophir and Gary Solomon brought in to grow Foley's IP capabilities
Samsung tops the IFI's global ranking with most patents currently held, while IBM leads again with most US patent grants in 2019
Polsinelli continues its nationwide US intellectual property growth with four new attorneys in Seattle.
Amazon takes to the US legal market with an new IP offering on the back of law firm network.
'New IP' initiative launched by CPA Global urges innovators and lawyers in the Intellectual Property industry to make 2020s the decade of digital transformation.
Firm expands IP & TMT practice in Asia with a raft of new lawyers.
MoFo Study finds IP litigation increases in complexity, riskiness and international scope as spend skyrockets, nearly doubling in 15 years.
Firm jumps ahead of blockchain deployment with iTRACE partnership to deliver enhanced brand enforcement and secure supply chains.
Firm continues its European expansion with strategic addition of top Munich IP team and readies for Brexit.
US Supreme Court strikes down ban on 'immoral' or 'scandalous' trademarks, ruling against US patent office attempt to block profane-sounding Fuct brand.
All lawyers have one thing in common - wearing academic gowns - but passing off controversy is being whipped-up like gowns in a Scottish wind as firm seeks to move case to English court.
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