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Google Get Lucky

Google get lucky – Google win a patent dispute over their “I’m feeling lucky” button Google have been involved in a dispute with Israeli company Spring Ventures (previously Buy2 Networks) regarding their “I’m feeling lucky” button which, once clicked, takes the user straight to Google’s top-ranked search link. Spring Ventures asserted that the button infringed… Read more »

East Anglia Business Magazine: The Importance of Intellectual Property

The Importance of Intellectual Property   Associate Attorney, Christopher Burnett, recently wrote an article ‘The Importance of Intellectual Property’ for East Anglia in Business Magazine, and the full magazine can be read  here.. Chris’s article identifies different IP rights, what they protect and how they are obtained in order to then commercialise them. Below is… Read more »

Brexit update – January 2019

Brexit? What next? The UK government suffered a defeat of historic proportions on Tuesday 15 January in relation to its proposed Brexit deal, but survived a vote of no-confidence the next day.  Despite these extraordinary events we are no closer to understanding where the Brexit process will go next or how long it will take… Read more »

Brexit update – December 2018

EU Trade Marks and Community Designs – Deal, no deal, or no Brexit at all?   What is the current situation? Considerable doubt remains about how, when or even if the UK will leave the EU.  However, if the UK leaves without a deal then the outcome in relation to IP should be essentially the… Read more »

RACETECH: The problem of counterfeiting in Motorsport

Fake News! The problem of counterfeiting in Motorsport   Partner Alex Bone and Associate Patent Attorney, Stuart Greenwood recently wrote an article for the December / January issue of RACETECH magazine. Their article ‘Fake News!’ discussed how fake goods are increasingly a problem in the motorsport industry and offered advice on how to counter the… Read more »

BioScience Today – Patenting aerospace medicines

Patenting aerospace medicines – the final frontier? Consulting Attorney, Julie Barrett-Major recently wrote for BioScience Today on the subject of Patenting aerospace medicines. You can find Julie’s article below, or read the full magazine here.      Should you wish to discuss this topic, please contact the author, Julie Barrett-Major, or your usual AA… Read more »

Landmark UK Supreme Court Judgment in Warner Lambert v Generics (Mylan) & Actavis (Pregabalin/Lyrica)

Sufficiency and Infringement of Second Medical Use Patents Landmark UK Supreme Court Judgment in Warner Lambert v Generics (Mylan) & Actavis (Pregabalin/Lyrica)   The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom has now released their long-awaited decision relating to the tests for sufficiency and infringement for second medical use patents, in particular those with so-called “Swiss-form”… Read more »

Mike Jennings attends EPO’s AI Conference

Commenting on the EPO’s AI discussions Partner Mike Jennings attended the EPO’s AI conference on 30 May, commenting:  “The EPO deserves praise for investing in an excellent discussion with industry and members of the judiciary about the future for AI patenting. The 30 May 2018 conference was part of that discussion. The consultation provided a good… Read more »

The Internet of Things – IoT

The Internet of Things: The saviour of healthcare, or disaster waiting to happen? Business Insider defines the Internet of Things (“IoT”) as ‘a network of internet-connected objects able to collect and exchange data using embedded sensors’. Healthcare is a key area in which the IoT is set to revolutionise the way we live. The so-called Internet… Read more »

Protection for cannabis-based IP

Protection for cannabis-based IP in the wake of announcement of impending legalisation of medicinal cannabis   The legalisation of medicinal and recreational cannabis in several US states, Canada and some European countries has resulted in a new economic market rising from what was previously an illegal trade. Meanwhile, in the UK, the recent cases of… Read more »

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