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By Bethany Brown
"Words are life" – The Book Thief. Never is this more true than when said about an author, whose income and livelihood come from people paying to read (or hear, since the invention of audiobooks) the words...
By Monique Henson
Graffiti has undergone a transformation of sorts in the past couple of decades.
By Thomas Brick
Cycling technology has advanced a long way over the past 200 years.
By Brian Whitehead, Greg Ward
The impact of the landmark Supreme Court decision in Eli Lilly v Actavis (relating to the doctrine of equivalents) has now reached the telecommunications sector with the issuance earlier this month of the High Court decision in Conversant v Huawei.
By Michael Conway
Brexit- where are we? What has changed? What's the position regarding EU trade marks and designs?
By Kirwin Lee
The new judicial interpretation regarding injunctions in IP disputes in China officially came into effect on 1 January 2019.
By Luke Jones
Until Andy Murray's Wimbledon win in 2013, Fred Perry was the last British winner of the men's title in 1936.
By Peter Collie
A newly amended Chinese trade mark law has been approved.
By Brian Whitehead
In this article, rather than attempting to summarise each technical issue discussed by their Lordships
By Nicholas Davies
To achieve these higher data transfer rates, higher frequency bands are utilised, typically in the millimetre wavelength range.
By Sandeep Basra
The German Federal Patent Court found the German part of the Eli Lilly patent, EP 1 313 508 B in the first instance to be void.
By Michael Ford
A recently reported case in the High Court of England and Wales has shed further light on how patent claims are being interpreted in the UK following the 2017 landmark decision of the Supreme Court in Actavis v Eli Lilly.
By Isobel Finnie
Deciding when to file a patent application can be a difficult decision.
By Kirwin Lee
As blockchain is increasingly being recognised as a disruptive technology that could revolutionise a wide range of industries including finance, logistics, and data services, it continues to be one of the hottest...
By Joseph Lenthall
Rare (or orphan) diseases are those diseases that affect only a tiny fraction of the population