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Predictions for global patent litigation landscape in 2017: UPC, PRC, multipolarity?

United Kingdom, China, European Union - February 15 2017 After many twists and turns, it looks as if 2017 will be the year in which the new EU patent regime will finally come into force. One key feature...

Andrew Garbett.

How to benchmark settlement terms in disputes with patent assertion entities? The US Federal Trade Commission provides useful data

USA - February 15 2017 A recent report from the US Federal Trade Commission has shed light on the secretive business practices of patent assertion entities (PAEs). Also...

Alexa Parry.

Life sciences quarterly newsletter - December 2016

USA, Netherlands, Austria, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Belgium, European Union, Germany - December 15 2016 In Fujifilm Kyowa Biologics Co. Ltd v AbbVie Biotechnology Limited 2016 EWHC 425 (Pat) (1 March 2016), the English Patents Court refused to strike...

Gunther Meyer, Jon Walters, Dr. Tobias Maier, Casper Rooijakkers, Nadia Gracias, Lucas Lustermans, Eduardo Buitrón, Magdalena Anna Kotyrba, Cameron Forsaith, Tom van Wijngaarden, Candice O'Brien, Monika McQuillen, Liz Fitzsimons, Michel Chatelin, Teresa Bogensberger, Simon Crossley, Richard Shelton.

Trade mark troubles in the G-Cloud: Skyscape Cloud Services Limited v Sky Plc

United Kingdom - August 18 2016 Skyscape Cloud Services Limited, a provider of cloud computing services, is the latest in a series of IT companies which have used brand names...

Andrew Garbett.

Divestment of mature pharmaceutical products in the EU - implications for parallel imports

United Kingdom, European Union - August 12 2016 In the forty-three years since the UK acceded to the European Union, a large body of case law has developed in the Court of Justice of the EU and...

Nadia Gracias.