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Bristows associates Dominic Adair, Jeremy Blum and Adrian Sim have been promoted to the partnership.
Bristows associate Sophie Lawrance has commented following the announcement of the energy sector competition investigation.
Pat Treacy, head of the competition practice at Bristows, has commented on the revision of the European rules governing technology licensing.
Bristows partner Edward Nodder has been quoted in the Intellectual Property Magazine regarding the new training centre for Unified Patent Court (UPC) judges in Budapest.
Bristows partner Hazel Grant has identified the issues that pharmaceutical manufacturers might face to comply with the UK Data Privacy Act in a interview with BMI System.
Bristows trademark attorney Patricia Collis has been featured in the World Intellectual Property Review.
Bristows associate Jeremy Blum has been quoted in IPPro The Internet in relation to new legislation and case law to deal with fakes online.
Bristows associate Tom Ohta has been quoted in New Law Journal in relation to the recent ruling in the Svensson case on hyperlink copyright.
Jeremy Blum, associate at Bristows, has appeared on BBC television to talk about counterfeit goods.
Jeremy Blum of Bristows has appeared in a BBC report on the European Union’s (EU’s) hearing of a case involving the online purchase of counterfeit goods.
The World Trademark Review 1000 handbook for 2014 has ranked Bristows as a Gold firm.
Bristows has appointed partner Rosemary Choueka and announced the promotion of three associates to the partnership next May.
Bristows partner Fiona Nicolson and associate Christopher Smits appeared in a recent episode of the China Britain Business Council series aired on The Business Channel.
The Patents Court has handed down its judgment in Smith & Nephew v ConvaTec No.2. Bristows acted for the successful claimant, Smith & Nephew.
Pat Treacy of Bristows has commented on competition policy and its relationship with intellectual property following a speech by EU commissioner Almunia.
Bristows’ Edward Bray has been quoted by Lawyer 2B in its report on starting a career in law without a law degree, ‘Degrees of change: making the conversion to law’.