Duncan Bucknell

Weijiang Si, Ted Sabety and Duncan Bucknell discuss an update on some of the latest developments from China, using criminal sanctions in Chinese and US IP cases, fair use and the...

Jeremy Phillips, Neil Wilcof, Nick Redfearn and Duncan Bucknell discuss Chinese litigation trends and the new China litigation database, Informal arrangements, intellectual property and competition law, Politica appointments to IP Offices,...

I think what drives our podcasts (and certainly where it began) is our desire to chat with other people in the IP world, and hear what interests them; and to have...

John Welch, Ben Lehman and Duncan Bucknell discuss recent developments in the ground of Fraud on the US Trade Marks Office, providing evidence of intent to use in the US and...

Duncan is joined by Michael Geist to discuss the latest developments in relation to the Anti Counterfeiting Trade Agreement and their implications

ICANN, the governance body responsible for policy relating to Internet domain names, recently voted in favour of adding Internationalized Domain Names to the Internet. Internationalized Domain Names are domain names which...

The blogosphere has picked up on a recent presentation on the open source GNU General Public License called “Unravelling the Complexities of the GPL” (here). I think they finish up on...

Jeremy Phillips, William Yang, Bruce Berman and Duncan Bucknell discuss the recent New York times article on non practicing entities, the new IP law in China, adwords and trade mark infringement...

‘Open’ business models do not remove legal risks traditionally associated with closed and proprietary systems. Microsoft was recently ordered to stop selling Word and other office software due to an XML...

Here’s an effective way to get to grips with Bilski without piling through the briefs and precedent.  (Though, for those that want them, here are the CAFC opinion, Questions, Petition for...