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Recently Foss Patents organised a chat amongst experts on the component-level licensing of standard-essential patents (SEPs)
Haseltine Lake Kempner LLP
Key Points Of The New Amendments To The Chinese Patent Law
Bristows
"Strategic patenting should be subject to scrutiny under the rules of competition law": this is the controversial thesis of the author of this month's CLIP, Olga Gurgula.
Marks & Clerk
The European Commission has recently published its report assessing the effectiveness and efficiency of current European design legislation.
Rouse
NPC Standing Committee Passed the Criminal Law Amendment XI
Bristows
In an article first published on World Trademark Review, Simon Clark and Lucie Fortune review the EU IPO decision that Banksy's trade mark registration for his iconic Flower Thrower artwork was filed in bad faith.
Walker Morris
With all that is currently going on, we could all be forgiven for pushing the UK's exit from the EU to the back of our minds. However, the WM IP Team have been busy behind the...
Bristows
The circumstances in which it is appropriate to grant an injunction have been the subject of recent decisions in both the life sciences and telecoms sectors.
Bristows
There is no doubt that Christmas "is the most wonderful time of the year." What makes it so wonderful are its secular rituals and traditions which vary from country to country and house to house...
Bristows
It is important for the Courts to find the right balance between patentees' rights and the public interest when deciding whether to grant an injunction.
Bristows
Joint Managing Partner Liz Cohen was interviewed by the Patent Lawyer Magazine, in their Women in IP Leadership segment, launched in their December 2020 issue.
Haseltine Lake Kempner LLP
The UK's departure from the European Union may, on the face of it, have had an impact on certain IP rights and on how particular work is handled...
Venner Shipley
Paul Harris and David Pountney highlight the UK Supreme Court's decision to uphold Kymab's appeal that two of Regeneron's patents are invalid for lack of sufficient disclosure.
J A Kemp LLP
The UK withdrew from the EU (Brexit) on 31 January 2020, and the transition period ended on 31 December 2020. The UK is no longer subject to EU law...
Marks & Clerk
From northern Alaska to sprawling Shanghai, ask a local to name something Scottish and you might expect a few things.
Marks & Clerk
Aquaculture is the farming of fish, crustaceans, molluscs, aquatic plants, algae and other organisms and Scotland has a long and respected history in this regard.
Bristows
Earlier this year we discussed the rapid expansion of connected technologies and how this might affect SEP licensing in the automotive sector.
Marks & Clerk
Celebrity news can sometimes cause fringe but nonetheless important issues to come to the fore. This has been the case recently where Lewis Hamilton's brushes with IP have highlighted a couple
Haseltine Lake Kempner LLP
2020 has been a peculiar year as the impact of COVID-19 has shaken the very fabric of our society. With the festive season now well and truly upon us, we're having to adapt and find the...
Rouse
As US transition to Biden's Presidency, how will affect the US China trade and IP policy?
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