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Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP
The UK Supreme Court has now issued its judgement in the long running Regeneron v Kymab transgenic mouse cases, finding the Regeneron patents invalid for lack of sufficiency.
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Kemp IT Law
The EU's InfoSoc Directive provides for the exclusive right to communicate works to the public. In this blog Deirdre Moynihan looks at how the rules have been applied to hyperlinking.
Marks & Clerk
The Supreme Court has handed down judgment in Regeneron v Kymab, the latest instalment in a long-running global patent dispute between US biotechnology behemoth Regeneron
Gowling WLG
The World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) has revised its draft issues paper on Intellectual Property (IP) and Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Haseltine Lake Kempner LLP
As we now enter the UK's fourth month of lockdown, I have certainly found myself with a lot more time to indulge in playing video games! Inspired...
Marks & Clerk
In January 2018, Les Grands Chais De France ("Les Grands") filed a Madrid Protocol application to register their product label as a trade mark in countries including the United Kingdom.
Taylor Vinters
With the UK Intellectual Property Office currently operating under "interrupted days" and not operating its usual paper-based services...
HGF Ltd
In its long-awaited judgment on the dispute over patents for transgenic mice, the UK Supreme Court has held by a majority (Lady Black dissenting) that Regeneron's patents are invalid...
Dehns
In the first of a two-part podcast, we look at how to get a patent granted once an application has been filed.
Gowling WLG
The UK Supreme Court (UKSC) has handed down its judgment in patent dispute Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc v Kymab Ltd ([2020] UKSC 27 (24 June 2020), ...
Dehns
Hosted by Chris Goddard on 25 June 2020, this webinar is the first in a two part series covering Supplementary Protection Certificates.
Kemp IT Law
The new EU Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market[i] (the ‘DSM Directive') has been fraught with controversy and discussion. Many have argued it will lead to the death of the Internet as we know it...
Dehns
IBM's "Watson" computer made headlines in 2011 when it triumphed in a head-to-head contest against record-breaking human winners of popular US general knowledge quiz, Jeopardy!
Haseltine Lake Kempner LLP
Where the application is the EP regional phase of a PCT application, the applicant can speed up the process by: filing the PCT application as early as possible; obtaining an EPO search during the international phase;
Haseltine Lake Kempner LLP
Over two million people registered to try to secure tickets to Glastonbury 2020, a festival which would have celebrated its 50th anniversary this year.
Marks & Clerk
It is quite rare for a trade mark refusal to make the headlines of the national press. But when applicants are the Duke and Duchess of Sussex
Marks & Clerk
A virtual interest rate change in the Nintendo video game Animal Crossing: New Horizons has made quite the impact in recent months, attracting front page coverage
Marks & Clerk
Lord Justice Arnold returned to the High Court in March to hear a trial involving the validity and threatened infringement of six patents concerning the use of inhibitors (referred to as HIF-PHIs)...
Giambrone & Partners
A trademark is one of the most important assets a business owns; there is far more to a trademark than just how it looks, important though that is.
Marks & Clerk
Following today's review, the UK Intellectual Property Office (UKIPO) have announced that the period of "interrupted days", which was originally introduced on 27 March 2020 due to the...
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