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The AI chips race is on – what role will IP play?

In this article for eeNews Europe, partner Peter Gray and technical assistant Szymon Pancewicz consider the intellectual property (IP) issues in relation to likely developments in AI hardware read more…

COVID-19: Patents are not adequate incentives for vaccine research

In this article written by Managing IP, Mathys & Squire partner Martin MacLean provides his expert opinion on vaccine development during the midst of the COVID-19 global pandemic Martin read more…

Global research rush spurs COVID-19 patent challenges

In this article for Managing IP, Mathys & Squire partner Anna Gregson explains why early adoption of a robust patent strategy in the search for a COVID-19 vaccine is crucial, particularly as the read more…

Budget 2020: a greener future for innovation?

Chancellor Rishi Sunak delivered his first Budget in the House of Commons yesterday (11 March) One of the key focus areas for the 2020 Budget, in line with consumer concerns relating to read more…

Developing & implementing a commercially robust IP strategy

In this article for Business & Innovation Magazine, Vicki Strachan, head of our Oxford office, summarises Mathys & Squire’s recent seminar entitled ‘Developing & implementing a read more…

Women in scientific innovation: closing the inventor gender gap

To mark International Women’s Day 2020, professional services firm Crowe has been reflecting on the involvement of women in scientific innovation, exploring whether there are any statistics on read more…

Government announces the UK will not participate in Unified Patent Court

The British Government has announced that the UK will not be participating in the proposed Unitary Patent and Unified Patent Court (UPC) This puts an end to several years of speculation following read more…

It’s all in the detail: innovative brand protection

As competition drives innovation and awakens the creative spirit, we discover that brand identity is, now more than ever, paramount to staying memorable  It is therefore not surprising that read more…

Chemistry focus: nanocellulose in water purification

In this article for Open Access Government, Mathys & Squire managing associate Charlie Dempster provides a focus on chemistry, specifically detailing nanocellulose in water read more…

Shnuggle gets a soaking

The high-profile case of Shnuggle v Munchkin has a significant impact on the way designs are registered In this article for Intellectual Property Magazine (an extended edition of his original read more…

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