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With the increasing digitisation of everyday life, and mounting cost-pressures in healthcare across all jurisdictions, digital health is set to revolutionise healthcare and become the "norm" for future generations.
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Submitted: 18 June 2018
An article published in the June 2018 edition of “AGEFI Luxembourg” on Luxembourg’s replacement IP box.
Submitted: 14 June 2018
On 28 May 2018, the European Commission announced a legislative proposal to amend the SPC Regulation by introducing an "export manufacturing waiver". This article provides an overview of the main provisions.
Submitted: 24 May 2018
The importance of registering an exclusive licence was underlined in a recent High Court decision, where the claimant exclusive licensee was deducted 35% of its costs in successful infringement proceedings for failure to register an exclusive licence.
Submitted: 17 May 2018
This session addresses the key risks and legal issues associated with scraping data and purchasing big data, including data privacy issues, IP risks and criminal liability.
Submitted: 15 May 2018
This article discusses the issues that licensors need to consider when terminating a patent licence, as well as the practical implications resulting from termination of such licence.
Submitted: 10 May 2018
This article series looks at that question and what that might mean for the workload of the proposed Unified Patent Court.
Submitted: 09 May 2018
Part six of a six part series reviewing the patent litigation landscape in Europe - the Future.
Submitted: 02 May 2018
The UK Patents Court has recently reiterated the perils of hindsight when attacking patents on the ground of obviousness. In upholding the patent, the decision also shows how fuzzy boundaries can defeat ambiguity attacks.
Part five of a six part series reviewing the patent litigation landscape in Europe - Patent litigation in other European countries.
Submitted: 25 April 2018
The Advocate General (Wathelet) has handed down his opinion in Teva v Gilead (Case C-121/17) on the interpretation of Article 3(a) of the SPC Regulation.
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Podcast 607: Business protection: Cybersecurity
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The Unified Patent Court is coming and will eventually have exclusive jurisdiction over all European Patents and new European Patents with Unitary Effect.
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