Forget patents and the UPC, the one Brexit IP issue that has the potential to be politically explosive is geographi… https://t.co/oBDU43KI7c
There is one Brexit IP issue that could explode politically in the UK - and it has nothing to do with patents. https://t.co/AAS4hxNz08
Want to know what the really big Brexit IP issue will be? "The US also wants protected designation of origin, which… https://t.co/NrhXd44tpv
Ask any European IP professional about the Brexit issues which take up most of their time and they are likely to tell you about things such as the UPC and the unitary patent, the enforcement directive and decoupling the UK from the Community trademark and designs regimes. Ask any normal person (you know what I mean!) about any of these and they will stare at you with a blank face, wondering...
As if prompted by the looming first birthday of the TC Heartland decision, in the last ten days the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has issued a flurry of opinions filling in many of the gaps left unanswered by the Supreme Court’s landmark ruling on patent venue. Those recent decisions have largely placed further bounds on patent owners in determining where they can bring a...
Headlines were generated earlier this week, following a report that China has introduced 25-year patent terms for some innovative drugs. However, it turns out not to be true, with a number of sources confirming that no such changes have yet been implemented. Nevertheless, with a conditional patent term extension for pharmaceuticals products having been proposed by Chinese state...
An exclusive analysis of patent litigation statistics from across the whole of China in 2016 reveals that contrary to popular belief, foreign parties are doing extremely well in both infringement and validity battles
Jacqueline Lui and Libin Jin