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Is A Numerical Range Novel If It Overlaps With A Previously Disclosed Numerical Range?
The Court of Appeal considered this scenario in Jushi v OCV. To a certain extent, this judgment brings the UK approach to patentability of overlapping numerical ranges in line with the established approach at the EPO.
UK
12 Sep 2018
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A Vision Of The Future - New Uses Of Known Materials
Many products are based on novel applications of materials which were originally developed for other purposes.
UK
10 Sep 2018
3
Six Key Considerations For Patent Co-Ownership Agreements
However, UK law, as in many other territories, does enable patents to be co-owned and co-filed by more than a single party.
UK
10 Sep 2018
4
The Great (British) European Patent Attorney
As EQEs can be sat in the official languages of the EPO — French, German and English — this outperformance cannot be attributed to a language advantage for UK candidates.
European Union
10 Sep 2018
5
Get Your Priorities Right! - Proposed Changes To The EUIPO Design Guidelines Explained
One major change which could affect current practice is the plan to stop the substantive examination of priority claims during the pre-registration procedure.
UK
7 Sep 2018
6
Adding Patents Into The Mixing Bowl With GBBO
A recipe is a method of making a chemical composition.
UK
7 Sep 2018
7
Is Graphene Finally Beginning To Realise Its Commercial Potential?
Graphene was identified back in 2004 by scientists at The University of Manchester. This led to a surge of interest in this seemingly simple, yet surprisingly fascinating new material.
UK
19 Jul 2018
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Should Exclusive Licences Come With A Health Warning?
In this article, we take a look at recent case law surrounding exclusive licensing and how care should be taken both when negotiating and acquiring an exclusive licence.
UK
 
10 Jul 2018
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Our Ageing Population — Medical Technologies On The Rise
Europe is home to a relatively aged population — today, almost a quarter of us are 60 or older.
European Union
10 Jul 2018
10
The Way You Make Me File — Famous Musician Patent Holders
There is a misconception that all inventors are eccentric old men who spend their lives tinkering with gadgets in a shed.
UK
10 Jul 2018
11
Over The Shoulder Disclosure — Where Are Your Employees Reading Emails?
I was sat on a bus recently and noticed the person sat in front of me reading an email.
UK
9 Jul 2018
12
Wimbledon 2018 And The History Of The Tennis Ball
We start with self-taught chemist Charles Goodyear's quest to make natural rubber into a stable and durable product.
UK
9 Jul 2018
13
IP Opportunities In Autonomous And Electric Vehicles
There are many obstacles preventing the uptake of autonomous and electric vehicles. A recent white paper from not-for-profit organisation Regen highlighted several policy priorities that need to be addressed ...
UK
6 Jul 2018
14
Cars Made Of Graphene (Well, Almost!)
My colleague and materials specialist Ian Atkinson recently discussed the commercial potential of graphene and the importance of obtaining protection for innovations which are based on the myriad properties...
UK
6 Jul 2018
15
Lab-Grown Diamonds Threat To Big Miners – But How Might Patents Play Their Part?
An article in the Financial Times published on 31 October 2017 discusses why lab-grown diamonds pose a threat to big miners such as De Beers in the diamond jewellery sector.
UK
23 Apr 2018
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What Are Plant Variety Rights?
Plant Variety Rights (also called Plant Breeders' Rights) are a form of intellectual property right designed specifically to protect new varieties of plants.
UK
23 Apr 2018
17
Swiss-Type Second Medical Use Patents – Watch This Space
The UK Supreme Court recently heard the latest instalment of an ongoing battle over the blockbuster drug pregabalin (Warner-Lambert v Actavis).
UK
17 Apr 2018
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The Inter Partes Review Legal Loophole In The USA: A Follow-Up
Back in November 2017, Dr Jenny Smith reported on an interesting situation in the USA where large organisations were seen to be exploiting a legal loophole in order to avoid their patents ...
United States
17 Apr 2018
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Employee Infidelity: What Happens When An Employee Breaches Confidence And How Might It Be Prevented?
Employee infidelity occurs when an employee contravenes their duty of fidelity to their employer. One example of this is disclosing confidential information, such as the details of a new invention, to a competitor.
UK
17 Apr 2018
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Microbiome Inventions — Patenting The Gastric Microbes That Keep You Healthy
It has been reported that humans harbour a huge number of microbes in their gastrointestinal (GI) tract. The microorganisms that live in the GI tract are collectively known as the microbiota.
UK
17 Apr 2018
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