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In a recent decision (BL O/321/20), the UK Intellectual Property Office (UKIPO) considered the interplay between the different incentives available under EU law for research into the paediatric use of new medicinal products.
After considering the case of two prominent bicycle designs, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has judged copyright protection may apply to a product whose shape serves a technical function.
Full-service IP law firm Potter Clarkson is growing its presence in mainland Europe, following the acquisition of a three-strong team to its Danish operations. Leading intellectual property practitioner Lars Karnøe, together with associates Jakob Andersen and Louise Aaby Jørgensen, will join the firm from 1st July 2020.
In a case concerning genetically modified mice that are engineered to produce a range of hybrid human/mouse antibodies, the multinational biotech company Regeneron sued Cambridge company Kymab for patent infringement.
Like all organisations, intellectual property offices have had to make changes to the way they operate at the current time to limit the spread of Covid-19. Here, you will find the key changes you need to be aware of from the EPO, EUIPO, UKIPO, DKPTO, PRV and WIPO.