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Patentability Of Methods Of Treatment And Diagnosis
Many medical methods involve the use of a medical device or apparatus.
European Union
15 May 2019
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The Court Of Appeal Reaffirms That English Courts May Determine Global FRAND Licences
The Court of Appeal has dismissed Huawei and ZTE's appeal that the English court did not have jurisdiction and is not the correct forum to hear a dispute concerning the infringement of standard essential patents (SEPs).
UK
15 May 2019
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UK Intellectual Property Rights And Brexit
As the European Patent Office is not an EU body, the UK will remain a member of the European Patent Convention.
UK
 
15 May 2019
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Briefing Note For Patent Practitioners: An Analysis Of Arrow Declarations Following Glaxo v Vectura
Arnold J. stated he could make such a declaration and granted Fujifilm the relief sought.
UK
15 May 2019
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Are Applications Of AI To Healthcare Patentable?
Once the pitfalls are avoided, this is a healthy area for obtaining patent protection. Our experts James Varley and Tom Leanse point the way:
UK
15 May 2019
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Obviousness And Discoveries From Routine Testing: UK Supreme Court Decides Correct Approach
The UK Supreme Court has handed down its judgement in Actavis v ICOS [2019] UKSC 15 unanimously upholding the earlier decision of the Court of Appeal that the patent to a specific dosage regimen of tadalafil was obvious.
UK
14 May 2019
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Formula 1: A Driving Force Behind Intellectual Property?
Essentially, the world of F1 wants as many cars competing for the win as possible to keep the sport entertaining.
UK
13 May 2019
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Artificial Intelligence And Drug Discovery
Artificial Intelligence (AI) may have some interesting consequences for the patentability of new drug substances.
UK
13 May 2019
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Industry 4.0 – Will The Revolution Lead To More Smart Patents?
The patent system is credited as the crucial legal foundation from which the first industrial revolution was built.
UK
10 May 2019
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President's Referral To Enlarged Board Of Appeal - Patentability Of Plants And Plant Products
The President of the European Patent Office has submitted questions to the Enlarged Board of Appeal which relate to the patentability of plants exclusively obtained by essentially biological processes and to T1063/18, ...
UK
10 May 2019
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Infringement And The Unitary Nature Of A EU Trade Mark: Has The English Court Got It Wrong?
The approach to the role of reputation in opposition and infringement proceedings illustrates where the problem lies.
European Union
13 Apr 2018
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UK Joins Hague Agreement On International Design Registrations
This will come into effect in three months, that is, on 13 June 2018.
UK
13 Apr 2018
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Crocs Put Foot In It With Prior Disclosure
The General Court of the European Union has dismissed the appeal brought by Crocs against the decision that their Registered Community Design is invalid.
European Union
13 Apr 2018
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Lock Horror: Safe Skies Fails To Unpick "TSA Lock" Trade Mark
It is fair to say that the relationship between these two companies has been poor right from the start, and that there have been claims and counterclaims in actions for patent infringement...
UK
13 Apr 2018
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"We Love London!": Big Pharma Choose English Law And Courts To Resolve Foreign Dispute
In these cases, issues of German contract law construction, and that of Maryland law, were considered.
UK
9 Apr 2018
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Phoney Pharmaceuticals
A review of the trade in counterfeit medicines, and some associated Intellectual Property enforcement issues.
UK
2 Apr 2008
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