Our two-week course provides an in-depth study of the legal and practical aspects of working with the EPC and EPO and is aimed at practitioners from Japan and other Asian countries, from either private practice or industrial IP departments. It includes optional additional seminars on other aspects of intellectual property.
We are pleased to announce that the latest edition of our IP newsletter is now available to download. The MewsNews Review provides an overview of Intellectual Property developments in 2015.
Founded in 1867, Mewburn Ellis has grown into a vibrant partnership with the technical and legal expertise to offer IP solutions in all industry sectors. As science and technology continue to transform the way we live, we look forward to a future as positive and successful as our past.
EPO amends rules relating to patentability of plants obtained by essentially biological processes.
A number of changes to EU trade mark law will come into effect on 1 October 2017. In particular the requirement for trade marks to be represented graphically will be abolished and a new EU “certification mark” will be available, both of which open up new opportunities for applicants.