Albright IP expands its reach & more…Keep up with what has been happening this week in our latest IP news round-up…

Intellectual Property Office opens consultation on trade marks and digital service

As work on begins on the IPO’s new digital service for designs and trade marks, designers are invited to share their views on IP services and legislation.

Albright IP expands its reach

Cheltenham-based patent and trade mark attorneys Albright IP has announced its acquisition of the client portfolio of JDIP Ltd.

Intellectual property registrations down 5.5% in H1

The volume of intellectual property (IP) applications in the Philippines dropped by a little more than 5 percent during the first half of the year as the number of trademark registrations declined in tandem with the economic slowdown during the period.

ASEAN Intellectual Property Register to officially launch

ASEAN, in collaboration with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), launched the ASEAN Intellectual Property (IP) Register. Powered by a sophisticated information exchange system, the ASEAN IP Register is a one-stop IP information portal that will incorporate up-to-date IP data from all ten ASEAN Member States maintained by WIPO. It will provide a single portal to access complete sets of ASEAN IP data for all stakeholders to conduct patent, trademark and design searches seamlessly.

Google criticises proposed Patent Office policy changes, citing AI tech

Google’s general counsel Halimah DeLaine Prado has told the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office that proposed changes to a tribunal that hears challenges to patent validity could harm developers and stifle innovation in the fast-growing field of artificial intelligence.

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