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For each IP right we offer services covering strategic advice, pre-registration searches, registrations and renewals, oppositions and dispute resolution. We handle work throughout the world, working with local colleagues in over 100 countries.


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11th Mar 2024

Axial-Flux Motors – A Game Changer?

In June 2023, Mercedes-Benz unveiled a new concept car named the Vision One-Eleven. While paying homage to the iconic C111 from the 1970s, the Vision One-Eleven concept provides a glimpse into what the future of electric vehicles (EVs) might look like. In particular, the concept features ‘new’ type of electric motor – an axial-flux motor. The manufacturer of this motor (a spin-out from Oxford University) claims that, in contrast to the traditional radial-flux electric motors powering our EVs today, their axial-flux motor “requires one third of the space, one third of the weight and delivers double the torque density.” This is, of course, a big statement.

21st Feb 2024

National Engineers Week: 18-24 February 2024

The week of 18-24 February is Engineers Week in the United States – one of the largest STEM events in the United States. Although I am writing this article from the UK, the creativity and hard work of engineers has an effect which extends far beyond the borders of any one country and is something to be celebrated!

7th Nov 2023

Innovation & patent protection: Capitalising on decommissioning

With the energy industry refocusing toward greener, more sustainable methods of fuelling the nation, increased attention is being placed on reassessing existing assets in the context of a net-zero future. The extraction of oil and gas cannot be phased out overnight, and will continue to play a prominent role in the UK’s energy mix while work persists to replace its influence with cheaper, more efficient forms of energy production that are less environmentally invasive.

26th Jul 2023

Sustainable Innovation Report 2023

Welcome to the inaugural edition of Reddie & Grose’s Sustainable Innovation report: an investigation into the start ups, companies, and technology transfer offices making significant contributions to inventions with the potential to address the climate and ecological crises.

17th Feb 2023

Patenting artificial intelligence and neural networks in Germany

Patents relating to artificial intelligence or machine learning are currently in the spotlight and have a strong increase in the number of thereon filed patent applications, even though there are often high hurdles to overcome before granting them. Reason enough to take a closer look at a current case of the German Federal Patent Court (Bundespatentgericht – BpatG) regarding an appeal in patent examination proceedings of a patent application dealing with trained artificial neural networks.

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