Propriété intellectuelle


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  • UK takes the final legislative step needed to ratify the UPC


    Envoyé: 27 June 2017

    The draft Statutory Instrument, the Order on Privileges and Immunities, which needs to be passed before UK ratification of the Unified Patents Court (UPC) can take place, was laid before Parliament on 26 June 2017.​

  • CJEU considers The Pirate Bay is infringing copyright and should be blocked


    Envoyé: 26 June 2017

    The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has considered that the notorious BitTorrent site, The Pirate Bay, is liable for directly infringing copyright by communicating works to the public and should be blocked in the Netherlands.

  • Business protection: Cybersecurity


    Envoyé: 23 June 2017

    Materials from our webinar where partners Philip Bartlett and Robert Allen discussed the importance of cybersecurity in the protection of key business assets.

  • Playing roulette with the Unified Patent Court judges


    Envoyé: 22 June 2017

    This article considers the appointment of Unified Patent Court (UPC) judges and the composition of the panels of judges in local divisions of the UPC. It explains why local divisions may initially comprise a significant proportion of English, French and German judges.

  • Podcast 598: Business protection - What to do when it goes wrong

    Video Podcast

    Envoyé: 19 June 2017

    Paul Baker and Dr Anne Sammon discuss the key factors in mitigating and addressing the risk when business assets such as confidential information or IP have been compromised.

  • Planning ahead: the impact of the GDPR on clinical trials in the EU


    Envoyé: 16 June 2017

    ​Careful forward planning is required by pharmaceutical companies conducting clinical trials ahead of the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation in May 2018.

  • Business protection: What to do when it goes wrong


    Envoyé: 15 June 2017

    Materials from our webinar where Angus McLean, Paul Baker and Anna Shelley discussed what to do when key businesses assets such as confidential information, intellectual property or customer connections have been compromised.

  • Brexit after the June election

    Blog Post

    Envoyé: 12 June 2017

    The Prime Minister called the June election in order to strengthen her domestic political position before the start of Brexit negotiations. She appears to have achieved the opposite and we now have a hung Parliament and a minority government. Nevertheless, for the time being the UK Government appears set on continuing with its pre election policy for a “hard” Brexit. It remains to be seen whether this is politically possible.

  • The Patents Court considers the validity of SPCs based on a Markush formula


    Envoyé: 09 June 2017

    The UK Patents Court has considered the validity of a supplemental protection certificate (SPC) based on a Markush formula, including the interpretation of Article 3(a) of the SPC Regulation. This article analyses the decision and considers how it sits in the context of recent cases.

  • Business protection: Practical tips


    Envoyé: 08 June 2017

    Materials from our webinar where Anna Shelley and Róisín Murphy discussed the practical ways in which businesses can protect their key assets.

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