The Court of Appeal has recently overturned a decision of the High Court that two of Apple's iPhone-related patents were invalid.
The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has recently issued a landmark decision in a closely-watched fair use copyright case.
The coming months are set to see the biggest ever shake-up of the internet domain name landscape.
International Stem Cell Corporation applied to patent a new method for activating an oocyte in the absence of sperm through parthenogenesis.
In a recent case, the Court of Justice of the European Union has ruled on what constitutes genuine use of a trade mark within the meaning of Article 15(1) of Community Trade Mark Regulation 40/94.
The Supreme Court has overturned part of a Court of Appeal ruling on the infringement of a patent relating to large liquid containers.
A discussion which focuses on whether it is an infringement merely to view copyright material when browsing the internet.
Currently patents granted by the European Patent Office can only be enforced by taking action in the national courts of each country where there is infringement.
The UK Patents Court has found that GSK's patent for the anti-malarial drug Malarone (EP(UK) No. 0670719) is invalid. Malaria is one of the most prevalent tropical diseases, and Malarone is the most successful anti-malarial prophylactic in the UK.
The European Union's first unitary IP right, the Community Trade Mark, celebrates its 17th birthday this month and, like many 17 year olds, is set to come of age over the next few years.
The Supreme Court has recently come to the provisional conclusion that unauthorised browsing of copyright-protected material on the internet will not infringe copyright in that material.
A discussion on the proposals published by the European Commission in relation to the reform of EU trade mark law.
A discussion on a recent decision, where the Court of Appeal has upheld two separate High Court decisions concerning parallel Community Trade Mark infringement proceedings.
Ever since the introduction of the Community Trade Mark it has been possible to seek registration for "the shape of goods or of their packaging".
The Court of Appeal has recently upheld two separate High Court decisions concerning parallel Community Trade Mark infringement proceedings.
A number of discussions relating to the most recent IP caselaw updates.
The Government published its formal response to the Consultation on the Reform of the UK Designs Legal Framework to modernise the process for the designs registration system and improve enforcement.
Does a copyright owner have a proprietary claim to property purchased from the proceeds of an infringement of copyright?