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Good and less good news for British IP professionals

United Kingdom, European Union - February 14 2018 At a meeting between the EPO and the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys (CIPA) in late January, it was confirmed that European patent attorneys...


Olympic games well covered by Intellectual Property

South Korea, Global - February 9 2018 The Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea, have just started. For two weeks athletes around the world will do their very best to represent...


CRISPR patent revoked at the EPO

European Union - January 29 2018 The CRISPR system has revolutionised the gene technology field, opening up for a multitude of genetic engineering possibilities and harbouring huge...


Progress for the UPC - there’s still some hope for 2018!

United Kingdom, European Union, Germany - January 24 2018 A new minister of IP has been appointed in the UK, and despite the clear efforts from the UK parliament to go through with the divorce from EU, there...


IP within IoT and the fourth industrial revolution

Sweden, Global - December 15 2017 According to a new study Patents and the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), conducted by the EPO the number of filed patent applications that relate...