Our client writes for BEYOUROWN Magazine about the UK’s next steps as it leaves the European Union and how EU trademarks (EUTMs) will continue to be valid in the other 27 member countries of the EU.
Our client’s article in The Trademark Lawyer discusses why the EUIPO Fourth Board of Appeal overturned the Opposition Division’s earlier decision in opposition proceedings concerning ex-professional footballer Jürgen Klinsmann and Panini Societá Per Azioni
Our client’s article in Fraud Intelligence examines the Serious Fraud Office’s use of the failed prosecution of the Barclays case to justify the need to change the law to combat corporate fraud.
Our client comments in Learning Disability Practice Magazine on the new sentencing guideline for offenders with mental disorders, developmental disorders or neurological impairments, which took effect on 1 October
As the market for electric vehicles gathers momentum, our client comments on the recent win for Nokia in a major Standards Essential Patents dispute against Daimler over the use of 4G connected car technology.
Our client’s article in FinCrime Report examines the recent case of NCA v Baker, the first negative result for the authorities in the still-nascent regime of Unexplained Wealth Orders, and what it means for future cases
In the recent issue of International Biopharmaceutical Journal, our client examines the breadth of claims that might be obtained in different circumstances based on current European Patent Office practice, and considers when questions of lack of enablement are most likely to arise in an antibody case.
Our client looks here at “Securing IP protection in machine learning techniques for fintech businesses” in The Patent Magazine. As Fintech places particular demands on high frequency computing (HFC) and requires significant investment into computing resources and manpower, machine learning is increasing with supervised models trained on input data sets that have known outcomes and […]
The government recently announced new sanctions under the global human rights regime, freezing UK assets of those named and banning them from entering the country. The legislation gives the UK new powers to stop those involved laundering money through UK banks and those guilty of human rights abuses from entering the UK. Our client comments […]
The coronavirus pandemic and lockdown have stress-tested employment contracts and policies, with some showing signs of strain. Our client’s article in The Lawyer Monthly examines how businesses and employers can make sure their employment documentation is ready for the post-Covid future.