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DECEMBER 2009/JANUARY 2010 ISSUE 195

INTERNATIONAL
30 I Cases of the year
Managing IP profiles 10 key disputes from the
past year and finds out how the parties and their
lawyers won their cases. Emma Barraclough,
Eileen McDermott, James Nurton, Peter Oilier
and Fionn O'Raghallaigh

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INTERNATIONAL
21 Avoid IP theft
As the economy goes down, IP theft by employees and contractors goes up. This is how to
keep your assets safe. Martin Baldock
24   Legal conflict
Plaintiffs need to know which law will apply to their IP disputes. This is a guide to the
rules in Europe. Aurelia Marie
CHINA
28   Avoid agreement pitfalls
China's new Patent Act will have a significant impact on the drafting of aspects of com-
mercial contracts - including co-ownership arrangements, employee compensation and
dispute resolution clauses. Ling Ho, Audrey Shum and Kathryn Sanger
UNITED STATES
43   Bankruptcy basics
Trade mark licensees are particularly exposed when licensors sue for bankruptcy in the
US. The issue is covered in the Bankruptcy Code and has been addressed by the Supreme
Court, but many questions still remain. Paul Rosenblatt
UNITED STATES
48   Quanta questions answered
A year on from the US Supreme Court's ruling in Quanta v LG, patent owners and licensees
are getting to grips with the new environment for patent exhaustion. This includes recon-
sidering how they draft standard licensing contracts. John Rondini and David Syrowik
INTERNATIONAL
51 Well-known marks
Protection for marks that are considered well known or famous varies greatly around the
world, and many issues are in flux. Correspondents in Australia, China, Brazil, Europe,
Mexico and South Africa address the key questions in their jurisdictions.

IP

TRIAL BY BUDGET
110 How can we save money in
big litigation? Views from a lawyer,
litigation strategist and judge

511 Facts on fame

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