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IP rights post-Brexit

United Kingdom, European Union - March 28 2018 A year since Article 50 was triggered and with just over a year until exit day, clarity on IP issues is emerging for the first tim...

Laura Balfour.


The EU competition rules on intellectual property licensing - A guide to the European Commission’s Technology Transfer Block Exemption Regulation and competition issues relating to IP licensing and enforcement

European Union - January 31 2018 Intellectual property rights (IPRs) confer an exclusive legal right on the owner to exploit the patent, copyright, design right, trade mark or other...

John Boyce.


Dawn of an English Doctrine of Equivalents: immaterial variants infringe

United Kingdom, European Union - November 15 2017 The Supreme Court’s landmark judgment in Actavis v Eli Lilly 2017 UK SC 48 is a change of direction for the English law on patent infringement. In...

Michaela Peck.


Patent licensing and FRAND: setting the rate and terms

USA - October 1 2017 In Unwired Planet v Huawei Mr Justice Birss tackles a “blizzard of figures” head on. Decisions from April and June this year clarify and supplement...

Laura Balfour.


Patent licensing and FRAND: a new approach

United Kingdom, European Union - September 28 2017 Two recent decisions in Unwired Planet v Huawei clarify and supplement recent European case law on the meaning of FRAND and provide guidance on how to...

Philippe Chappatte, Emma Waterhouse, Laura Balfour.