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The government has launched a consultation on how it can provide support to the visual effects industry.
The Court of Appeal has allowed Novartis’s application for a preliminary injunction against Hospira.
This guide shares the key trends that Taylor Wessing is seeing in the UK consumer products sector.
The Court of Appeal has confirmed that the English court has cross-border non-infringement jurisdiction.
The UK Takeover Panel has decided to bring all offers for UK-registered AIM companies within the jurisdiction of the code.
Taylor Wessing has released the May 2013 edition of Synapse.
Taylor Wessing has released the May 2013 edition of its Cambridge Technology and Life Sciences Update.
A recent decision might limit the options of a patentee to sue an infringer who has already filed a ‘torpedo’ action under the same patent.
The European Commission has expressed doubts that the new video games tax relief is necessary to incentivise video game development in the UK.
Taylor Wessing has added a fresh batch of data-protection-focused content to its Global Data Hub site.
The May 2013 issue of Pensions Priorities is available now. It provides a summary of some key developments in the pensions arena in recent months.
Taylor Wessing’s review of the technology market.
Apps are not new, but the way businesses are monitising them is evolving rapidly, and developing models brings legal and brand challenges.
Judgment of the UK Court of Appeal in the patent case HTC v Apple (Case nos. A3/2012/2043 and 2044) has been delivered.
This month’s issue focuses on the new Defamation Act 2013 and the Supreme Court’s view on browsing the internet without permission from the relevant copyright holder.
The Defamation Act 2013 was enacted on 25 April 2013. This note discusses the likely practical implications of the act.
The April 2013 issue of Taylor Wessing’s Restructuring & Corporate Recovery Update is available now.