Creators face an evolving challenge protecting IP

Protecting intellectual property and rewarding the creators of original works is a moving target as online technology continues to evolve

How China became a leader in intellectual property

Huawei’s research centre in Hangzhou aerial view

Once a wild frontier where intellectual property was plundered, China is now cleaning up its act

Brexit: untangling UK from EU intellectual property regulation

Britain’s exit from the European Union poses potential problems for businesses owning intellectual property rights and for the lawyers grappling with possible solutions

Why fashion entrepreneurs should protect their IP

Designer making in workshop

Female bosses may be taking a different approach to protecting their business’s intellectual property

Should a computer be recognised as an inventor?

Toy robots

The question of whether a computer should be recognised as the creator of a patentable invention is vexing intellectual property lawyers

Unpicking the IP legal tangle of Brexit

The Royal Court of Justice

Confused by a snap general election, Brexit poses problems for intellectual property lawyers and their clients seeking protection of the law

Copyright in the movies

Kevin Costner as Robin Hood

The movies shine a spotlight on the issue of copyright, protecting authors and studios alike

Protecting IP from bloggers and tweeters

Twitter billboard

With possible infringements of intellectual property rights online, social media has added an extra layer of complexity to the law