Intellectual Property


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  • How much is FRAND: First evaluation of an exact amount by a German court


    Submitted: 22 April 2016

    The District Court of Düsseldorf has issued another judgment further clarifying the Huawei/ZTE-requirements, inter alia evaluating what exactly is FRAND.

  • The UPC and Patenting


    Submitted: 21 April 2016

    How will the Unified Patent Court and the Unitary Patent affect patenting strategy?

  • Growing digital health innovations


    Submitted: 19 April 2016

    This session looked at how two entrepreneurs are growing their digital health start-ups, against a background where the NHS is becoming more receptive to the benefits of working with such private entrepreneurs.

  • Extension of UK withholding tax on IP royalties


    Submitted: 19 April 2016

    The March 2016 Budget announced significant changes to the UK tax treatment of royalty payments for intellectual property (IP) rights, which have the potential to create UK withholding tax costs for licensors and/or licensees of IP that did not previously exist.

  • Episode 0536: Brexit: Implications for intellectual property

    Video Podcast

    Submitted: 15 April 2016

    Simmons & Simmons partners Rowan Freeland and Charles Bankes discuss the impact a Brexit would have for the world of intellectual property.

  • Episode 0535: Progress on the German UPC Ratification

    Video Podcast

    Submitted: 12 April 2016

    Simmons & Simmons partner Thomas Adam talks to colleague Philip Davies about the progress of the German Ratification of the UPC Agreement.​

  • The ostrich and the meerkat: a meditation


    Submitted: 04 April 2016

    Discussions on the ratification process for the new Unified Patent Court, on course to ratify in autumn 2016.

  • What are additional and compensatory damages?


    Submitted: 22 March 2016

    There are few reported decisions on the assessment of damages in IP infringement cases. This case provides some further guidance.​

  • Episode 0520: Brexit - the exit mechanism

    Video Podcast

    Submitted: 03 March 2016

    Simmons & Simmons partners Charles Bankes and Rowan Freeland discuss what happens next if the UK votes to leave the European Union.

  • Legally binding and irreversible


    Submitted: 02 March 2016

    European Council President describes the UK's renegotiated status within the EU as a "legally binding and irreversible decision by all 28 leaders".

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