Safe and sound: next level registered IP protection for sounds - trade marks

09 September 2022
When it comes to protecting a sound in Europe via intellectual property, one of the best ways to achieve this…
William Burrell Gemma Kirkland
William Burrell & Gemma Kirkland
Partner, Patent Attorney, Partner, Trade Mark Attorney
Safe and sound: next level registered IP protection for sounds - trade marks

UK R&D tax credit landscape - upcoming proposed changes

16 August 2022
In what is clearly good news for many, the UK Government has drafted a number of pleasing changes to the…
William Burrell
William Burrell
Partner, Patent Attorney
UK R&D tax credit landscape - upcoming proposed changes

Net zero and healthcare initiatives: £30 million in grant funds available for UK based entities

22 July 2022
In what can only be seen as a welcome initiative, Innovate UK is offering small and micro businesses based in…
William Burrell
William Burrell
Partner, Patent Attorney
Net zero and healthcare initiatives: £30 million in grant funds available for UK based entities

UK AI & IP consultation – new copyright and database exception allowing text and data mining for any purpose

08 July 2022
The UK Government has issued its response to a consultation recently conducted into artificial intelligence and intellectual property. The consultation,…
Henry Davies Doug Ealey Jennifer O'Farrell
Henry Davies, Doug Ealey & Jennifer O'Farrell
Technical Assistant, Partner, Patent Attorney, Partner, Patent Attorney
UK AI & IP consultation – new copyright and database exception allowing text and data mining for any purpose

AI & IP consultation - focus on copyright for computer-generated works

29 April 2022
In view of the increasing use of artificial intelligence (AI) in creative fields, the UKIPO considered that a consultation focussing…
Doug Ealey Jennifer O'Farrell
Doug Ealey & Jennifer O'Farrell
Partner, Patent Attorney, Partner, Patent Attorney
AI & IP consultation - focus on copyright for computer-generated works

IPO issues white paper on “Diversity in the European Innovation Industry and IP Profession”

27 April 2022
The Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO) has recently issued a white paper relating to diversity in the European innovation industry…
Jennifer O'Farrell
Jennifer O'Farrell
Partner, Patent Attorney
IPO issues white paper on “Diversity in the European Innovation Industry and IP Profession”

Missing elements – racial and ethnic inequalities in the chemical sciences

27 April 2022
The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) recently published a report which provides undisputed evidence that racial and ethnic inequalities are…
Zöe Clyde-Watson
Zöe Clyde-Watson
Partner, Patent Attorney
Missing elements – racial and ethnic inequalities in the chemical sciences

The shape of originality: Ed Sheeran appears in the UK High Court

14 March 2022
The Rolls Building in central London, which is the primary court building for matters concerning IP in the UK, has…
The shape of originality: Ed Sheeran appears in the UK High Court

UK Exhaustion of IP rights regime set to continue following consultation

20 January 2022
The UK Government has announced that its current IP exhaustion regime will remain in place for the time being, as…
UK Exhaustion of IP rights regime set to continue following consultation

Lennox Estates v S&W Ventures – Lennox Estates wins rare IP summary judgment

13 December 2021
The UK’s Intellectual Property Enterprise Court (IPEC) has held in favour of the claimant in a relatively rare example of…
Ian Starr
Ian Starr
Consultant, Solicitor
Lennox Estates v S&W Ventures – Lennox Estates wins rare IP summary judgment

Artificial intelligence and IP: consultation on copyright and patent legislation

29 October 2021
The UK Government has launched a consultation on how the copyright and patent system should deal with artificial intelligence (AI)…
Doug Ealey
Doug Ealey
Partner, Patent Attorney
Artificial intelligence and IP: consultation on copyright and patent legislation

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