Plastic is often referred to as the material of the 20th century. However, in recent years, the reputation of plastics has been tainted due to largely poor degradation and reusability. The latest innovations and scientific developments were highlighted at the recent Global Research & Innovation in Plastics Sustainability (GRIPS) virtual conference.
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Potter Clarkson adds further weight to ‘best in class’ offer with new litigation & licensing partner
Mark Kramer has joined Potter Clarkson to head up the firm’s London litigation & licensing team, further strengthening its growing practice in both the UK and Europe.
In this white paper we share what we have found while helping brand-new digital therapeutics ventures define, commercialise, and protect their ideas. We also highlight and tackle the likely obstacles they will need to overcome as they race to take their products to market.
In the latest development in global patent litigation that has polarized the life sciences industry, Amgen’s patent claims covering a whole class of monoclonal antibody PCSK9 inhibitors have been ruled to be invalid by the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
Following a period of continued growth, Potter Clarkson has made two new senior hires to join its respected team of IP professionals.
Trade secrets are often the crown jewels within an IP portfolio. Unfortunately, despite their importance to the company, trade secrets can also be the forgotten component of a company’s IP portfolio. With that in mind we thought it would be useful to answer the questions about trade secrets our clients ask us most frequently.