After this year’s changes to the UK Trade Mark Act, significantly less than there used to be, it seems.
Insights: July 2019
The UK IPO recently undertook a Worldwide review of Artificial Intelligence patents, focussing specifically on patenting by the UK AI Sector. We give a summary of the main take-away points.
To all IRONMAN triathletes: If there was ever any doubt that you really are an IRON MAN superhero too, you now have confirmation.
The Grantham Institute has released an interesting report highlighting 18 priority technological innovations with significant potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This report reveals that urgent research and development in particular areas will be needed if we are to have a chance of avoiding a climate breakdown.
Amazon.com has introduced a new non-profit procedure that allows patent owners to take down listings of infringing goods. Amazon’s Utility Patent Neutral Evaluation Program lets owners of a US utility patent obtain a quick evaluation of patent infringement from a US patent attorney. If the attorney agrees that the item being sold in the product listing infringes the patent, and the patent is prima facie valid, then Amazon will remove the product listing from Amazon.com.
The 25th and 26th of June saw offshore wind experts from around the world arrive in the UK for the 2019 Global Offshore Wind event. It was packed with professionals giving fascinating talks on a wide variety of topics, as well as holding expert panels and debates.
Robin Ellis, a European Patent Attorney with 13 years’ experience of the generic pharmaceutical industry, joins Reddie & Grose GmbH as a partner.
Robin Ellis in our Munich office discusses some of the highlights of the newly introduced SPC manufacturing waiver.