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By John De Rohan-Truba, William James
For those interested in all things fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory, especially FRAND disputes, a further battle has recently taken place in the UK Patents Court
By Emma Foster, Steven Gurney
The aim of SPCs is therefore to compensate drug companies for this loss of effective patent protection.
By Jack Kenny
After a lengthy trade mark dispute, French shoe designer Christian Louboutin has been given the green light for his famous red soles by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU).
By Florian Bazant-Hegemark
As of 13 June 2018, it is possible to designate the UK as an individual country in a Hague design registration.
By Julian Asquith, Tobias Eriksson (Trainee Patent Attorney)
The Berkheimer memorandum, issued by the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) on 19 April 2018, is good news for applicants of US software-related patents.
By Jennifer Bailey, Stephen Blake
In our recent article we reviewed EPO Boards of Appeal's 2017 Annual Report.
By Jack Kenny
After a lengthy trade mark dispute, French shoe designer Christian Louboutin has been given the green light for his famous red soles by the Court of Justice ...
By David Kemp
In Weber-Stephen Products LLC v EUIPO the General Court (GC) rejected an EUTM application for ‘iGrill' in class 9 for computer software, hardware and electronic food thermometers.
By Florian Bazant-Hegemark
It is now possible, as of 13 June 2018, to designate the UK as an individual country in a Hague design registration.
By Paul Chapman
Antimicrobial resistance remains one of the key healthcare challenges of our time.
By Jennifer Bailey
Thursday 26th April marked World Intellectual Property Day, an annual celebration and acknowledgement of the role that intellectual property (IP) rights, which include patents...
By Thomas Prock
Ernst & Young's recent report on the impact that data-driven platforms are having on traditional life-sciences companies shows that medtech – in common with other industries ranging from car manufacture...
By Gina Lodge
What is interesting about this dispute from an intellectual property (IP) perspective is that Hotel Chocolat had the foresight to register the shape and appearance of its flagship product as an EU-wide registered design.
By Tom Taylor, Vicky Butterworth, Michael Moore
PUBG Corporation, the South Korean studio behind the hit game PlayerUnknown's BattleGrounds, has recently brought a copyright infringement claim in South Korea ...
By Kate Appleby
According to Article 54 of the European Patent Convention, an invention is considered to be new if it does not form part of the state of the art.