We have previously reported on the progress of the UPC which seeks to provide an alternative to the current procedure of national validations of a patent granted by the European Patent Office. In the latest development, the 18th draft of the Rules of Procedure of the Unified Patent Court have just been published on the […]
Insights: October 2015
Reddie & Grose will be at Advanced Engineering UK at the NEC in Birmingham on 4th & 5th November 2015. Please come at visit us at stand H103, where you will be able to meet some of our attorneys, see some examples of our work, and also enter our free prize draw to win a […]
It has been hard to miss the recent explosion in the use of “wearable devices” and in particular, the distinctive fitness bands which have become the latest must-have accessory for millions of us. With so-called “wearables” becoming one of the fastest growing and most lucrative sectors in consumer technology in recent years, it was surely […]
Italy has at last put aside its difference of opinion regarding the linguistic regime set out in the regulations for the creation of Unitary Patent protection. This should make the Unitary Patent more attractive to those seeking patent protection in Europe. As an Italian living and working in the UK I am at times still […]
There is no doubt that this month is a big month for any child of the eighties. Huge. In fact, it’s a big month for any fan of the eighties (unlikely), or of eighties films (far more likely). All those years spent waiting and the day is finally upon us. Yes, Wednesday, 21st October 2015 […]
The Republic of Moldova is becoming the latest country to allow granted European patents take effect within its borders, bringing the total number of countries covered by a granted European patent to 42.This is good news for foreign patent applicants seeking protection in Moldova as the costs of patent prosecution should decrease. Moldova follows in […]
Jan Vleck will be attending this year’s AIPPI World Congress in Rio de Janeiro. If you would like to meet with Jan, please contact email@example.com.