Increasing focus is being directed to developing Li-ion battery technology, particularly in view of the expected surge in uptake of electric vehicles (EVs) in the near to short term. It is not hard to imagine a future where battery powered EVs have replaced many, if not all, of the internal combustion engines on our roads. However, a number of concerns arise when looking towards this battery powered future, and highlight the need for robust recycling practices and technologies.
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The United Kingdom’s Intellectual Property Office (IPO) recently released a report on sectors of the economy which make the most intensive use of intellectual property (IP) rights, and how much these sectors contribute to the UK economy.
Supplementary Protection Certificates (SPCs): How will the border solution between Ireland & Northern Ireland affect SPCs post-Brexit?
The United Kingdom (UK) left the European Union (EU) on 31 January 2020. It’s been business as usual during the current transition period, but all that will change from 1 January 2021 when “post-Brexit” reality dawns. We still do not know how the issue of the border between Ireland (part of the EU) and Northern Ireland (part of the UK) will be resolved post-Brexit.
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.
Alice Findlay, Helen Wakerley and Tom Sharman receive praise from the WTR1000 directory of the World’s leading trademark professionals.