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By Marks & Clerk
Partner Graham Burnett-Hall recently gave an interview Lexis PSL - the below article is the result of that interview and was first published by Lexis PSL on 5 September 2019.
By Esther Ford, Simon Portman
Start-ups and spin-outs need to maximise the commercial advantage from their Innovations. Our Commercial Solicitor Simon Portman and Patent Attorney Esther Ford
By Michael Shaw, Isobel Ferguson, Andrew Hartley, Claire Hutson, Sarah Lynam, Graeme Murray, David Robinson, Duncan White, Nathan Fan, Sanjukta Tole
Welcome to the latest edition of Business Intelligence. To view the online version of this magazine, please follow this link.
By Jonathan Solomon
It was recently reported by the BBC that researchers at the Artificial Inventor Project (a project group seeking intellectual property rights for the autonomous output of Artificial
By Marks & Clerk
This judgment represents one of the technical trials in the dispute between Conversant (Claimant) and Huawei and ZTE (together the Defendants).
By Rayyan Mughal
In a world which is becoming increasingly concerned with the privacy and use of personal data, the rise in mobile applications ("App(s)") which utilise people's biometrics is somewhat surprising.
By Donald McNab
In a meeting of its Administrative Council on 26 and 27 June, the European Patent Office (EPO) approved new Rules of Procedure for its Boards of Appeal (RPBA),
By Graeme Murray
To most of us, three stripes is synonymous with Adidas and its branding.
By Andrew Hartley
Off the back of ongoing improvements in battery technology and car charging infrastructure, the electric vehicle (EV) market is growing.
By Erik Rouk
Scotland's reputation for world-beating food and drink continues to grow and it is vital we celebrate the outstanding contributions of all producers – from household names to small artisan companies.
By Duncan White
The application of electronics to the treatment of health conditions is nothing new. For years pacemakers have been used for the treatment of irregular heartbeats and other cardiovascular conditions.
By Sarah Lynam
Collaboration between pharmaceutical companies, research organisations and hospital trusts, and the resulting clinical trials of new products and processes are an essential part of getting new drugs to market.
By Emma Foster
Greenhouse gases (GHGs), such as carbon dioxide (CO2), prevent heat from escaping from the Earth's atmosphere. Whilst this "greenhouse effect" is essential to maintain ..
By Isobel Ferguson
The 2015 film, The Martian, follows Mark Watney (played by Matt Damon), a scientist who after being left behind on Mars by the rest of his crew,
By Ben Handley
What do The Sword of Damocles, Morton Heilig's Sensorama, and the 18th century apparatus La Nature à Coup d'Œil all have in common?
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