Brazilian Lawmaker Introduces Bill to Allow AI as Inventor & more…Keep up with what has been happening this week in our latest IP news round-up…

Intellectual property fights hobble DOE fusion program

The moonshot U.S. program to accelerate fusion energy has struggled to get started, held up by disputes over the federal government’s control of scientific discoveries by startup companies, according to several people familiar with negotiations.

QANTM Intellectual Property Eyes Merger with UK’s Rouse Amidst Investor Unrest and Market Value Dip

QANTM Intellectual Property takes a strategic step by engaging in talks with Rouse International Holdings for a potential merger amidst investor dissatisfaction. Learn about the market reactions, rival bidders, and the board’s challenges in navigating through this critical period.

Brazilian Lawmaker Introduces Bill to Allow AI as Inventor

On February 20, 2024, a Brazilian congress member, Antônio Luiz Rodrigues Mano Júnior (known as Júnior Mano), introduced a bill to amend the national IP Statute (Law #9,279/96) and regulate the ownership of inventions generated by artificial intelligence systems.

Dehns shortlisted for three awards in Managing IP Awards EMEA 2024

Dehns is delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted for three awards by Managing IP, one of the leading IP directories, in their 2024 EMEA Awards.

Mewburn Ellis achieves Menopause Friendly Accreditation

Mewburn Ellis have been awarded the Menopause Friendly Accreditation, established by Henpicked: Menopause in the Workplace, recognising high standards and proven practices which embrace menopause in the workplace.

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