We are pleased to announce that Alice Findlay, Helen Wakerley, Nick Reeve, Tom Sharman, Alan Bates, Patrick Lloyd and Ian Loveless are included in the 2019/20 edition of IP Stars.
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Reddie & Grose is delighted to announce that Paul Loustalan, Nick Reeve and Michael Roberts are among the World’s Leading Patent Professionals 2019 chosen by IAM.
In a series of blogs, our autonomous and electric vehicle team will explore some of the key technologies that will be crucial to the successful development of commercial autonomous vehicles, starting with LIDAR.
Further discussion on the UK IPO Patent Hearing Officers approach to the question of excluded subject matter.This article looks at one of those decisions in more detail: Hitachi Ltd’s GB patent application relating to a computer-implemented construction site management method.
We previously reported on how technology which aims to end plastic pollution could be protected with patents and how a genetically modified enzyme capable of breaking down plastic is the subject of a patent application. While technology to improve how our plastic waste is managed is clearly important it only represents part of the story. What if we didn’t need to use the plastic in the first place? All over the world, innovators are working to end our penchant for polymers.
The Boards of Appeal of the European Patent Office have issued their annual report for the year ending 2018. We have picked out some points that may be of interest to applicants.
HBO hit a stone wall enforcing their GAME OF THRONES trade mark against a UK brewery. The reputation that HBO enjoy in their Game of Thrones television show has encouraged other traders to take a nod to its title in their own branding. While HBO have often taken steps to address this, they have not always been successful.
The European Patent Office (EPO) has been considering introducing a system that would give applicants the option of slowing things down somewhat, but following a recent user-consultation it remains unclear whether the system will go ahead.