No. 178 Managing Intell. Prop. 1 (2008)

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International
Speaking your language
ICANN's
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plan to introduce
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1. But what will it
IP owners? Elisa

In the third part of the
annual IP survey,
Managing IP reveals
the results of its inau-
gural copyright rank
ing, listing the leading
firms for copyright
work in 16 of the
world's key IP mar-
kets. The result of five months' study by a team of researchers in
London, Hong Kong and New York, the survey includes at-a-glance
tables for copyright firms in each jurisdiction

Joking aside                               34
In the Gowers Report into
intellectual property, the UK
government was urged to
consider a new exception to
copyright infringement for
parody, pastiche and carica-
ture. This is what it should
take into account. Darren
Meale and Paul England
us
Comedy of errors                           56
Cases before the Federal
Circuit suggest that judges
are increasingly intolerant of
patent drafting errors. That
means that small mistakes
can have big consequences.
Here is a guide to avoiding
them. Martin Sulsky and
Raj S Dav6
Microsoft opens up                        24
Following a decision by
the European Commission
to impose a multi-million
dollar fine on Microsoft
for abusing its dominant
position, the company
announced in February
that it was overhauling its
policy on interoperability
and pledged to work more closely with the open
source software community. Eileen McDermott spoke
to Horacio Gutierrez, Microsoft's global vice-presi-
dent of IP and licensing to find out more about the
company's IP plans
PLUS
Portrait of an 1P executive                24
Microsoft's antitrust troubles             28
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