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KPMG's “Intellectual Property Newsletter“ is a quarterly publication in cooperation with KPMG firms from around the globe. It provides useful insights into the world of patents, trademarks, designs, domains and other intellectual property rights. 

Topics of our latest issue (May 2022)

Once again, we have collected a variety of interesting articles from all over the world. KPMG firms are proud of their global network of IP lawyers, enabling KPMG professionals to offer an international service to clients in this area. A number of important laws and decisions have been made or implemented in recent months. Negotiators from different EU institutions agreed upon new rules in the Digital Markets Act (DMA). We analyze the implications for big tech companies. A major problem in many countries, affecting not only the film and music industries but also many other sectors of the economy, is product piracy. In this edition, we take a closer look on the blocking of dynamic pirate websites in Spain and some rulings of the European Court of Justice on copyright and related rights. After long discussions and various court proceedings, the Unified Patent Court is slowly taking shape. We report on the outcome of the inaugural meeting of the Unified Patent Court’s Administrative Committee. Judgements and legislative initiatives from Belgium, Argentina, Romania and Vietnam as well as the EU complete the picture.

Our KPMG experts in Germany will be happy to assist you with the key issues surrounding this topic.

Dr. Anna-Kristine Wipper, Partner, Head of IP Law*

*In cooperation with KPMG Law Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH, the contact person offers you support. The legal services are provided by KPMG Law Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH.

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