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By Dafydd Bevan, John De Rohan-Truba
A number of recent cases have bolstered the UK Court's expertise on licensing of Standard Essential Patents ("SEPs")
By Maya Muchemwa
Due to be implemented by the United Kingdom by 14 January 2019, the EU Trade Marks Directive 2015/2436 aims to further harmonise the national trade mark laws of EU member states.
By Graham Burnett-Hall, Steven Gurney, Tom Farrand, Andrea Williams, Rayyan Mughal
While a draft Brexit deal is now on the table, question marks remain over whether it can be delivered. As such, the sensible course of action for intellectual property rights owners remains to plan for a potential 'no-deal' Brexit.
By Robert Lind
Traffic is the perennial bane of the motorist, costing countless hours of lost time and turning the dream of the open road into a nightmare of traffic jams snaking as far as the eye can see.
By Philip Cupitt
Science fiction writers have long speculated about the development of intelligent machines and, as the pace of technological progress quickens, reality is catching up with fiction.
By Thomas Prock
Apple's recent announcement that it will be opening its health records application programming interface (API) will be big news for healthcare app developers in the US.
By Andrew Docherty
September 22nd is ‘World Car Free Day', when cities around the world temporarily ban cars from the roads in an effort to raise awareness of issues such as carbon emissions and urban pollution.
By Graham Burnett-Hall
While uncertainty remains over whether or not the Withdrawal Agreement agreed by the UK and the EU last week will pass the UK Parliament and be enacted, the positive indications on the future of intellectual property rights in the UK are to be welcomed.
By Maya Muchemwa
Due to be implemented by the United Kingdom by 14 January 2019, the EU Trade Marks Directive 2015/2436 aims to further harmonise the national trade mark laws of EU member states.
By Graham McGlashan
Artificial intelligence (AI) is pushing the boundaries of possibility in many industries, and healthcare is no exception.
By Simon Portman
The XR Industry Survey 2018, based on a survey of 595 AR/VR professionals, reveals some interesting trends for the industry, some of them expected, others more surprising.
By Julian Asquith, Tobias Eriksson
The USPTO director, Andrei Iancu, recently gave a talk at the IPO's annual meeting, and he had some exciting news regarding subject matter eligibility, which affects the patentability of software.
By Andrea Williams
On Friday, the UK government issued guidance on the effect of a no-deal Brexit on Community Plant Variety Rights (CPVR) and seed and propagating material.
By Rayyan Mughal
Despite the whirlwind of uncertainty surrounding the UK's departure from the EU without agreement, the UK government remains resolute that such an outcome is unlikely considering the mutual interests of the UK and the EU...
By Darren Hau
In its annual update of the "Guidelines for Examination", the European Patent Office (EPO) has provided further guidance for its examiners in relation to the patentability of inventions...
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