We believe in making it easy for you to find the information that you want – and you can always contact us if you can’t find what you need.
This resource gives answers to some of the questions about IP that we get asked most often.
This resource deals with how to register your design in the United Kingdom.
The Madrid Protocol is an international system for obtaining trade mark protection for a number of countries and/or regions using a single application.
Under the European Union Trade Mark system, the proprietor of a European Union Trade Mark (EUTM) has a single, unitary registration, enforceable throughout the EU.
Registered trade marks give powerful rights to their proprietors and are very important and valuable assets.
It is possible to file a PCT application which, for a certain period of time, takes the place of the many individual foreign patent applications that would otherwise be required for protection abroad.
A European patent can be an easier and cheaper alternative to obtaining individual national patents in the countries which are members of the European Patent Convention (EPC).
This resource contains information about obtaining a patent to protect your invention in the UK.
Fran Salisbury and Adam Gregory discuss the successes of CAR-T therapies and the potential hurdles.
Fran Salisbury, partner in our life sciences team, examines the differing attitudes of global patent offices to precision medicine and considers what companies must be aware of in seeking to protect their IP. Read Imprecise Protection? Differing Attitudes of Global Patent Offices to Precision Medicine, published in IPI (International Pharmaceutical Industry).
The calculation of a suitable compensation is a very complex process under German law.
Sean Jauss gives a rundown of the UK's new Trade Secret Regulations in an article featured in IP Pro Patents.
This is a summary of the main aspects of the opposition proceedings before the UK Intellectual Property Office (UKIPO).
Christoph Moeller, Partner in our Munich office, comments upon the changing intellectual property market and discusses how companies can compete. Read the article in German.
The German Patent Office operates a deferred patent examination system under which patent applications remain dormant until the applicant takes steps to initiate the examination procedure.