UK High Court: Merck Sharpe & Dohme v Wyeth

23 October 2020
Common general knowledge is instrumental in the UK High Court’s revocation of Wyeth’s UK vaccine formulation patent, whilst narrow claim…
Jennifer O'Farrell
Jennifer O'Farrell
Partner, Patent Attorney
UK High Court: Merck Sharpe & Dohme v Wyeth

UK High Court rejects AI inventors

23 October 2020
Readers may be aware of the increased interest in the question of whether an artificial intelligence can be named as…
Harry Ventress
Harry Ventress
Technical Assistant
UK High Court rejects AI inventors

Remote hearings in the UK courts – is this the virtual road ahead?

01 October 2020
Over a few short weeks during March and April 2020, the English court system was forced to reform and modernise…
Jake Hayes
Jake Hayes
Senior Associate, Solicitor
Remote hearings in the UK courts – is this the virtual road ahead?

(In)Divisibility of the grounds of invalidity & the need for reasoned statement

25 September 2020
Does Art. 25(1)(b) of the Community Design Regulation (CDR) require the EUIPO to assess whether all requirements under Art. 4-9…
Yvonne Stone
Yvonne Stone
Associate, Rechtsanwältin
(In)Divisibility of the grounds of invalidity & the need for reasoned statement

Logitech’s 3D shape mark: EUIPO drops the mic

25 September 2020
In case R 2630/2019-4, the Fourth Board of Appeal of the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) dismissed Logitech’s appeal…
Agnieszka Stephenson
Agnieszka Stephenson
Legal Assistant
Logitech’s 3D shape mark: EUIPO drops the mic

First Grade International v KO-CO Foods: indirect confusion

25 September 2020
In this case, the UKIPO held that there was no likelihood of direct confusion between the figurative KO-CO application and…
Jennifer Heath
Jennifer Heath
Associate, Trade Mark Attorney
First Grade International v KO-CO Foods: indirect confusion

EUIPO trade mark focus: trends from 2010 to 2019

25 September 2020
In this article we summarise key points from the recently published “EUIPO Trade Mark Focus – 2010 to 2019 Evolution”…
Jana Bogatz
Jana Bogatz
Partner, Rechtsanwältin
EUIPO trade mark focus: trends from 2010 to 2019

Your Brexit trade mark questions answered

25 September 2020
It is the final quarter of 2020 and the end of the Brexit transition period is fast approaching. The UK’s…
Your Brexit trade mark questions answered

High Court rejects appeal to register Jaguar Land Rover shape marks

25 September 2020
In Jaguar Land Rover v Ineos Industries Holdings (Ineos), the High Court of England & Wales has concluded that Jaguar…
Antony Craggs
Antony Craggs
Partner, Solicitor
High Court rejects appeal to register Jaguar Land Rover shape marks

New Locarno Classification for designs from 01 January 2021

25 September 2020
WIPO has announced that a new edition of the international classification used for the purposes of the registration of registered…
Richard Burton
Richard Burton
Partner, Trade Mark Attorney
New Locarno Classification for designs from 01 January 2021

Supreme Court confirms English courts able to set global FRAND terms

18 September 2020
In a combined appeal involving Unwired Planet, Conversant, Huawei, and ZTE, the UK Supreme Court has affirmed the English Patents…
David Hole
David Hole
Technical Assistant
Supreme Court confirms English courts able to set global FRAND terms

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