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A recent survey of sales and marketing executives at large pharmaceutical companies shows that one in four interactions with doctors, healthcare providers and patients in the US is now digital.
The availability of compulsory licences in respect of patents, especially in relation to pharmaceutical patents, has been the subject of considerable attention lately.
The existing technology transfer block exemption is to expire on 30 April 2014. It will be replaced by a new regulation, the period of consultation for which ended on 17 May 2013.
In 1993, a system of effectively extending the patent term of protection for pharmaceutical products was introduced by the SPC, Council Regulation (EEC) No 1768/92.
R&D capital allowances (formerly scientific research allowances) are available for qualifying capital expenditure incurred for research and development.
With Google Glass creating interest in the media, attention is shifting to the possibility of a new generation of technology that is not just portable but wearable.
Another reference has been made to the Court of Justice of the European Union for a preliminary ruling on the patentability of stem cells.
The CJEU has ruled that brand owners can establish ‘genuine use’ of a registered trademark when that use derives from a different composite trademark.
The UKIPO has rejected an application by Chanel to register JERSEY for skincare products, soaps, perfumes, cosmetics and toiletries.
The claimants in this case were Greek yogurt manufacturer FAGE and its UK distributor. FAGE had been making Greek yogurt in Greece and selling it in the UK for 30 years.
A company has restarted use of a device that had been used by another company that had closed its operations more than 40 years earlier.
The General Court has upheld a decision that there is a likelihood of confusion between the applicant’s ‘Caffè KIMBO’ mark and the earlier well-known unregistered Spanish ‘BIMBO’ word mark.
The English High Court has ruled in the latest round of a long-running international dispute between Aveda and Dabur over Dabur’s use of the brand UVEDA.
The General Court has upheld the Board of Appeal decision that there is a likelihood of confusion between the applicant’s figurative ‘Snickers’ mark and the earlier Italian word mark ‘KICKERS’.
In a recent case involving the efficacy of a tax scheme, the First-tier Tribunal found a series of unregistered trademark assignments were ineffective.
News Group launched a Sunday edition of its Monday–Saturday tabloid The Sun in February 2012, under a new masthead.
Taylor Wessing Middle East has advised Mediaquest on its acquisition of the AME Info and SME Info websites from AME Info FZ-LLC.
The deadline for the annual reporting requirements in respect of employment-related securities acquired by UK resident employees is fast approaching.
The UK IPO has launched its ‘technical review’ consultation on the drafting of three new exceptions to copyright infringement: private copying, parody and quotation.
3D printing technology is progressing forward in leaps and bounds and is evolving rapidly.