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Standard Chartered Great City Race 2018

Standard Chartered Great City Race 2018   Team 2018: Left to right: Phoebe Withnall, Rebecca Brenton, Natalie Jochacy, Hannah Bettles, Mike Jennings, Fionnuala Richardson, Chris Burnett, Emma Lau, Stuart Greenwood, Alex Bone, Michael Dawson, Adrian Bennett, Vanessa King, Sarah Neil On Tuesday 17th July, AA Thornton took part in the Standard Chartered Great City Race… Read more »

Motorsport Industry Association Summer Reception

Motorsport Industry Association Summer Reception Attorneys Marianne Privett, Nick South, Nidhi Mukhuty and David Blair from the Automotive & Aerospace team attended the Motorsport Industry Association (MIA) summer reception at the House of Lords. The prestigious event hosted 200 delegates of influence in the motorsport and automotive sectors, including MPs and Lords, who witnessed the… Read more »

Raytheon Company awarded milestone US Patent No.10,000,000

Raytheon Company awarded milestone US Patent No.10,000,000 On the 19th June 2018, the United States Patent and Trade Mark Office (USPTO)  issued US. Patent No. 10,000,000.  Since the USPTO was created in 1790, it has effectively taken 228 years for this milestone to have been reached.  Although this patent is not the ten millionth patent… Read more »

UK and the UPC: What Will Happen Post-Brexit?

UK and the UPC:What Will Happen Post-Brexit? Partner and Solicitor Geoff Hussey, and  Patent Attorney Nick South write for Lawyer Monthly on behalf of the Charted Institute of Patent Attorneys on Brexit, and what is likely to happen over the next 9 months.    This article was published originally by Lawyer Monthly  on 29 June… Read more »

Assessment of “plausibility” requirement from the EPO perspective

Assessment of “plausibility” requirement from the EPO perspective Introduction This article considers how the EPO views the requirement of “plausibility”, which can arise during both the assessment of “sufficient disclosure” of the invention and “inventive step” in proceedings before the EPO, particularly in relation to inventions in the Pharmaceuticals and Life Sciences field. The EPO… Read more »

Transliterations

Transliterations When filing your trade marks overseas, it is prudent to consider whether it is necessary to file translations and/or transliterations into the local language/script. A trade mark registration in one language will not automatically give you the right to prevent third parties from adopting a translation or a transliteration of your mark. As Trade… Read more »

Anti-counterfeiting 2018 – A Global Guide

Anti-counterfeiting 2018 – A Global Guide Trade Mark Associate Louise Foster and Litigation Associate Dr. Varuni Paranavitane recently wrote the UK section of the ‘Anti-Counterfeiting 2018 – A Global Guide’. You can read the UK section below, or find the full guide and other articles published by the World Trade Mark Review here: www.WorldTrademarkReview.com.   … Read more »

Speaking at the in-cosmetics Korea exhibition, Seoul

Speaking at the in-cosmetics Korea exhibition, Seoul We are excited to announce that Consulting Patent Attorney and Cosmetics & Personal Care industry team member Julie Barrett-Major will be speaking at the in-cosmetics Korea exhibition on 13 June 2018. Julie’s long career history in this field lends itself to her topic of choice: “Patents – an excellent way of finding out… Read more »

Swiss Biotech Day 2018

Swiss Biotech Day 2018, Basel, Switzerland Patent Attorneys Dr Craig Turner  and Julie Barrett- Major represented the firm at the Swiss Biotech Day 2018, in Basel, Switzerland, on 3 May 2018. According to European Biotechnology Magazine, “with more than 600 senior executives from the Swiss life science industry and from across Europe the annually held was as popular as… Read more »

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