Insights & events
Combatting semiconductor shortages: Where does the US-China battle for chip autonomy leave Europe?
Semiconductor shortage continues to be an issue worldwide for the tech sector Even the introduction of economic packages, such as the US CHIPS and Science Act, which aims to invest $280 billion to… read more…
25 Nov 2022
How are the key takeaways from COP27 likely to impact the world of IP?
The 27th United Nations Climate Change Convention (COP27) concluded on the 20th of November 2022, two days after the scheduled end of the conference A total of 14 days of discussions were held in… read more…
24 Nov 2022
Unitary patent and national prior rights – wider geographical limitation of protection
The unitary effect and the Unified Patent Court (UPC) system comes with a wider aspect as to validity against national prior rights (national applications with an earlier priority date but a… read more…
14 Nov 2022
Webinar: The UPC: A gamechanger for European patent assertion
When: Wednesday 12 October 2022 | 16:00 (BST) Speakers: Andreas Wietzke, Robin Davis, Myles Jelf and Mitesh Modha (moderator) Mathys & Squire Partner Andreas Wietzke is joined by… read more…
12 Oct 2022
North East Automotive Alliance Expo 2022
When: Thursday 29 September 2022 Where: Beacon of Light, Stadium Way, Monkwearmouth, Sunderland SR5 1SN Mathys & Squire is pleased to be exhibiting at North East… read more…
29 Sep 2022
Intellectual Property Workshop at the Oxford Centre for Innovation
When: 12:30 (BST), Wednesday 21 September Where: Oxford Centre For Innovation, Oxford, OX1 1BY In this workshop, Partners Andrew White and Posy Drywood, as well as Technical… read more…
21 Sep 2022
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