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Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP
Subject-matter eligibility at the USPTO for life sciences inventions can be a minefield, and in recent years, numerous articles and webinars have tried to get a handle ...
J A Kemp LLP
Over the last few years certain Regional Courts in Germany have refused to grant preliminary injunctions to patentees unless the patent has been held valid...
Appleyard Lees
Over the summer Appleyard Lees conducted three trials in the Intellectual Property and Enterprise Court, which were held remotely following the restrictions on movement in the UK imposed by the Health
Marks & Clerk
Patent analytics can provide invaluable insights into emerging technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI). Naturally as investment in AI-related research ...
Adamson Jones IP Ltd
The UK left the European Union on 31 January 2020, although many of the effects of this have been suspended during the Brexit transition period of the withdrawal agreement, which is set to expire on 31 December 2020.
Gowling WLG
How has the patent landscape changed over the last 40 years and how has this impacted IP case law globally?...
Ashfords LLP
Is the use of a trade mark on second hand goods sufficient to maintain the registration of that trade mark for ‘new' goods?
In one of 2020's first judgments from the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court, and one which is likely to be talked about for most of the year, His Honour Judge Hacon has found that a piece of fabric cannot be protected by copyright ...
Well known blog Foss Patents which focusses on intellectual property and related competition law issues has released a podcast on developments relating to component-level SEP licencing.
Marks & Clerk
By 2025, it is estimated that a quarter of British consumers will be vegan or vegetarian and just under half will identify as flexitarian.
Fross Zelnick Lehrman & Zissu, PC
The UK High Court recently heard the Sky v. Skykick case case again after it had earlier referred it to the Court of Justice of the European Union to decide the validity of Sky's registrations.
Recently Foss Patents organised a chat amongst experts on the component-level licensing of standard-essential patents (SEPs)
Haseltine Lake Kempner LLP
Key Points Of The New Amendments To The Chinese Patent Law
"Strategic patenting should be subject to scrutiny under the rules of competition law": this is the controversial thesis of the author of this month's CLIP, Olga Gurgula.
Marks & Clerk
The European Commission has recently published its report assessing the effectiveness and efficiency of current European design legislation.
NPC Standing Committee Passed the Criminal Law Amendment XI
In an article first published on World Trademark Review, Simon Clark and Lucie Fortune review the EU IPO decision that Banksy's trade mark registration for his iconic Flower Thrower artwork was filed in bad faith.
Walker Morris
With all that is currently going on, we could all be forgiven for pushing the UK's exit from the EU to the back of our minds. However, the WM IP Team have been busy behind the...
Haseltine Lake Kempner LLP
The decision of the District Court in the US means that Ericsson can continue to assert its US SEPs, despite an anti-suit injunction obtained by Samsung in secret parallel proceedings held in China.
As US transition to Biden's Presidency, how will affect the US China trade and IP policy?
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