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The drive for healthier chocolate creates opportunities for IP

Many companies within the food and drink industry are searching for the most effective ways to reformulate their products in response to consumer demands for healthier consumables, along with the read more…

What the US-UK trade deal documents actually reveal

Generics and innovator sources from the pharma industry explain why documents from US and UK trade discussions do not point to the US trying to extend pharmaceutical patents Pharma insiders read more…

IPEC sides with US rival in Schnuggle design dispute

In this article for Intellectual Property Magazine, Mathys & Squire associate Max Thoma comments on Shnuggle’s suit against US rival Munchkin The Intellectual Property Enterprise read more…

How illegal is stealing trade secrets in the US and UK?

In this article for Open Access Government, Mathys & Squire associate Sam Giles considers the US and UK definition of trade secrets and the impact on protecting intellectual property On 15 read more…

Mathys & Squire’s award winning technology client Rotolight secures further investment

Mathys & Squire is delighted to announce that its client, Rotolight, a pioneering British technology company which specialises in creating advanced LED lighting products for the cinematic, read more…

Are you considering IP at every stage of your product development cycle?

In her latest article for Business & Innovation Magazine, Vicki Strachan, who heads up Mathys & Squire’s Oxford office, stresses the importance of reviewing your intellectual read more…

Chinese court judgment on SEP royalty dispute between Huawei and Conversant

The recent ruling of the Nanjing Intermediate People’s Court of Jiangsu Province in a standard essential patent (SEP) royalty dispute between plaintiff Huawei Technologies Co, Ltd, Huawei Terminal read more…

Seven spook-tacular inventions for a fang-tastic Halloween

If the recent weeks of Brexit uncertainty weren’t scream-inducing enough, Halloween is now upon us! Here at Mathys & Squire, we love the scary, the surprising, and most of all the unique, and read more…

Will AI be recognised as an inventor?

The notion of whether or not artificial intelligence (AI) can be deemed eligible as an inventor or not has been challenged recently in the press In this article for Robotics Law read more…

UK Supreme Court rules on compensation for employee inventors

The UK’s Supreme Court today issued its judgment in Shanks v Unilever, a long-running dispute regarding the issue of compensation of employees for inventions made during the course of their normal read more…

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