Reddie & Grose LLP recently participated in London Climate Action Week, delivering a presentation entitled “Innovations for a Sustainable Lifestyle”. Rather than focussing on large-scale global or societal technological fixes, we very much wanted to highlight the changes that individuals could make in their own lives to be better ancestors to future generations. The presentation focussed on innovation in four areas of our everyday lives – food, fashion, home and plastics – and discussed ways in which innovation can help us reduce our carbon footprint and impact on the planet.
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Reddie & Grose is participating in London Climate Action Week 2021. We will explore sustainable innovations including plastic alternatives, fashion, food and home technology; and how IP can help drive these developments to tackle the climate emergency.
IP Stars 2021: Alan Bates, Alice Findlay, Patrick Lloyd, Ian Loveless, Nick Reeve, Tom Sharman and Helen Wakerley
In their recent decision (T1839/18), the boards of appeal re-affirmed the legality of straw man oppositions. Although this in itself is not news, we felt it offered a good opportunity to look again at the many advantages of anonymously opposing a European patent.
Robin Ellis, a European Patent Attorney with 13 years’ experience of the generic pharmaceutical industry, joins Reddie & Grose GmbH as a partner.
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.
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.
Reddie & Grose is pleased to announce that on 1 April 2019, Duncan Nevett was promoted to Partner.