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By Richard Price
We have assembled a lot of materials and statistics comparing the leading European patent litigation jurisdictions.
By Peter Feldschreiber
The recent furore over the rupture of breast implants containing regulatorily unapproved clinically untested industrial grade silicone has understandably raised serious questions about the adequacy of the European regulatory legislation of products for cosmetic surgery.
By Sarah Innes
A case causing somewhat of a stir in the world of copyright law at the moment is the recent Temple Islands case about photographs of a bright red routemaster bus.
By Tim Robinson
10 February 2012 marked the closure of the UK government's period of consultation on the draft legislation for a 'Patent Box', which would aim to stimulate the UK economy by enhancing the desirability of the UK as a location for R&D.
By Phil Carey
In December of last year, the Court of Justice of the EU ("CJEU") handed down its ruling in the joined cases of Philips (C446/09) and Nokia (C495/09).
By Phil Carey
As we have previously reported, the proposal for a unified patent litigation system for the EU in its current form has met with concern from judges, practitioners and industry alike.
By Gareth Morgan
The first case of Apimed Medical Honey Limited v Brightwake Limited [2012] EWCA Civ 5 was handed down in January and concerned an appeal from the judgment of the Patents County Court that the patent was invalid.
By Gareth Morgan
In the non-patent case of Fred Perry (Holdings) Limited v Brands Plaza Trading Limited & Another [2012] EWCA Civ 224, the Court of Appeal has signalled the intent of the English courts to require civil litigation to be pushed along at a reasonable pace.