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On 28th February 2014, the Court of Appeal overturned an earlier High Court decision and ruled that suitcases sold by PMS International Ltd under the name...
On 31 March 2014, the IP High Court in Tokyo heard an appeal from the parties, Apple and Samsung, in the matter of Japanese Patent JP4642898. A week...
Reddie & Grose partner Dr Michael A. Roberts appears in a recent edition of IPPro Life Sciences in a panel-discussion style article examining life...
A triumphant press release from the UK Intellectual Property office (UK IPO) heralds a "boost for businesses and inventors" as the UK signs a new working...
As regular readers of this blog will be aware, some 40 years after the signing of the European Patent Convention, the prospect of a single patent right...
DEFRA, the Department for Environmental Food & Rural Affairs, has recently launched a consultation (see here) on implementing in the UK the Nagoya...
Sustained biopharmaceutical innovation is demanding, with companies facing a myriad of challenges including those associated with initial drug discovery,...
The hybrid-electric vehicle (HEV) sector, which relates to vehicles having both a conventional engine and an electric motor for motive power, is a key...
On 7 August 2013, Austria became the first country to ratify the Agreement on the Unified Patent Court. The EPO President’s blog of 21 February...
Traditionally the rule in UK litigation was that the losing party paid the winning party’s costs. In practice, this typically amounted to an award of...