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Unitary Patent Guide

As part of its preparation, the European Patent Office has published a helpful Unitary Patent Guide to provide companies, inventors and their representatives with an outline of the procedure involved… read more…

Huge Success for our client Sevcon in $200m Deal

Mathys & Squire are delighted that their longstanding client, Sevcon Inc, has entered into a definitive merger agreement with BorgWarner Inc As detailed… read more…

Simple IP Rights for Export Markets

Cross jurisdictional enforcement of legal rights can be complex Add intellectual property into that cross-border mix and the assumption might be that complexity would only increase In the case of… read more…

Food For Thought: ‘Protecting and Commercialising Your Intellectual Property and Brand’ talk at The Caribbean Food & Drink Conference

  The Caribbean Food & Drink Conference is taking place at Lambeth College, Clapham, on Friday 18th August 2017 where David and Daniel will highlight the importance of intellectual property… read more…

Patentability of Software: A Missed Opportunity For Manufacturers

Sean Leach discussed intellectual property in software in a recent MTA (The Manufacturing Technologies Association) article Many manufacturers may think they do not have any intellectual property… read more…

Thailand to join the Madrid System

From 7 November 2017, Thailand will become the 99th member of the Madrid System after Thailand’s government deposited its instrument of accession to the Madrid Protocol with WIPO’s Director… read more…

Actavis v Eli Lilly: What does this mean for patent infringement in the UK?

Andrew White discusses the implications of the landmark Supreme Court decision Now that the dust has settled a little since the landmark Supreme Court decision in Actavis v Eli Lilly, we… read more…

CITMA on Brexit: Registered Trade Mark and Design Rights, and Rights of Representation

The Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys (CITMA) have published and shared their position paper on post-Brexit registered trade mark and design rights, as well as rights of… read more…

Seeing red: Louboutin’s sole trade mark disputed

Abigail Nicholls discusses the recent dispute over Louboutin’s trade marked red sole Since 2010 Louboutin has owned a Benelux trade mark registration for footwear, later limited to high-heeled shoes,… read more…

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