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UPC releases pleadings to the public, but questions remain

Commentary by Partner Nicholas Fox has been featured in  Law360 and World IP Review giving an insight into the implications of the Court of Appeal’s ruling that a member of the public can have… read more…

Building the future with nature: Boosting biotechnology and biomanufacturing in the EU

In a display of the importance of the biotechnology industry to the European economy, the European Commission (EC) last week announced actions being taken within the EC’s strategy for boosting… read more…

Electronics and computing businesses lead Clarivate’s Top 100 Global Innovators 2024 list

Clarivate has issued its list for the Top 100 Global Innovators, 2024, which highlights the companies and research institutions that invest heavily into innovation, allowing them to act as a driving… read more…

Who is using the Unitary Patent System (and who is not)?

Since June last year, patent proprietors have had the option of registering their European patents as Unitary Patents Instead of having a bundle of national rights, proprietors have the option to… read more…

Businesses save record amount of corporation tax through Patent Box scheme – £1.4 billion in relief in just a year

Commentary by Partner Max Thoma has been featured in Accountancy Age, International Tax Review and World Intellectual Property Review, discussing how making the Patent Box relief more generous would… read more…

Mathys & Squire Partners celebrate women pioneers and inventors

This year for International Women’s Day, we asked a few of our partners to highlight inspiring female inventors and pioneers that have had a lasting impact on intellectual property (IP) Partners… read more…

Mathys & Squire sponsors the inaugural Non-Law into Law Conference

On 6 March 2024, Mathys & Squire sponsored and attended the inaugural Non-Law Into Law Conference at the London School of Economics (LSE) The event brought together (and was co-organised by)… read more…

The supermarket battle continues: Tesco and Lidl clash in UK Court of Appeal

A three-day hearing began on Monday 19th February to address an appeal against the initial judgment which concluded that Tesco had infringed Lidl’s trade marks and copyright Additionally, Lidl has… read more…

MS-RT launches its new range of innovative sport-inspired Ford vehicle designs with the all-new Ford Ranger MS-RT and Transit Custom MS-RT

Mathys & Squire is proud to have worked with MS-RT – an offshoot of Ford’s rally partner M-Sport – in protecting their IP as they redefine the landscape of commercial vehicle design with… read more…

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