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By Barbara Rigby
The decision is a twist in a long-running saga, but may well not be the final word on the matter.
By Barbara Rigby
This article explores the implications of this aspect of the judgment and its potential impact on the value of second medical use patents.
By Oliver Gray, Elaine Deyes
As anyone who has sought trade mark protection in Canada will know, the process can be significantly more laborious and time consuming than in many other jurisdictions.
By Clare Mann
I begin with an admission: I am hopelessly addicted to the long-running UK talent show The X Factor.
By Clare Mann
"From little acorns do mighty oaks grow". So sayeth the proverb and start-up companies should take note because even today's largest brands had humble beginnings.
By Adam Kellett
Congratulations! You've successfully made it through the trade mark application procedure, and your trade mark has been officially registered
By Barbara Rigby
On 14 November 2018 the UK Supreme Court (SC) handed down its decision in Warner-Lambert Company LLC v Generics (UK) Ltd t/a Mylan and Actavis
By Barbara Rigby
On 14 November 2018 the UK Supreme Court (SC) handed down its decision in Warner-Lambert Company LLC v Generics (UK) Ltd t/a Mylan and Actavis, which includes a majority judgment and interesting dissenting ones.
By Oliver Gray, Clare Mann
Gym-goers in the United Kingdom have become well acquainted with "spinning" classes in recent years, and most consumers will be familiar with the concept of a group of fitness fanatics pedalling away to a heavy beat on exercise bikes, under the watchful oversight of an instructor.
By Mark Bell
Non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) have been in the news recently as having been used to buy people's silence in order to cover up potentially embarrassing revelations regarding inappropriate behaviour.
By Mark Bell
Examples of uses include speech recognition, self-driving cars and robotics.
By Dehns  
Dehns has been working with Green Biologics since 2006, when the company was just Dr Green (the founder) and five scientists.
By Barbara Rigby
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has handed down a decision in Boston Scientific (C‑527/17) clarifying that Supplementary Protection Certificates (SPCs) cannot rely on a medical device authorisation.
By Dehns  
ConceptoMed AS was founded in March 2012 by an entrepreneurial team comprising a medical doctor, an industrial designer and an experienced business adviser.
By Clare Mann
In a very recent development that will come as a relief to businesses, the UK Government has issued some guidance ...