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Birss J rules on product by process claim construction, extension of scope, added matter and obviousness in Hospira v Genentech.
How can a company prove that its designer came up with a print independently?
Exotic trademarks have always been difficult to get on the register.
The Court of Appeal has handed down a further significant judgment in the patent dispute between British Telecommunications and ASSIA.
Bot has proposed that the Court of Justice should dismiss both of Spain’s applications for the annulment of EU regulations relating to the Unitary Patent package.
The claimant, IPC Media, is the publisher of the Ideal Home magazine. The defendant, Media 10, runs the Ideal Home Show.
The Legal Group of the Preparatory Committee has completed its examination of the 16th draft of the UPC Rules of Procedure.
IP lawyers from Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co have secured an important Court of Appeal victory for US client ASSIA against BT.
In Teva v Leo, Mr Justice Birss was asked to decide whether two patents relating to a combined formulation for treatment of psoriasis were valid and infringed.
At the third outing at the Court of Appeal, Marks and Spencer (M&S) was successful for a third time in overturning a decision of Mr Justice Arnold.
Chambers UK has placed Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co in 43 categories, 17 of which are in Band 1.
Supreme Court holds patent infringement not ‘turpitude’/‘illegality’ for the purposes of the defence of illegality
The infringement of a patent does not constitute ‘turpitude’ for the purposes of the defence of illegality (Les Laboratoires Servier & another v Apotex Inc).
Guidance on interaction between UK and EPO proceedings and scope of cross-undertakings in damages required for injunctions
In Actavis v Pharmacia, Arnold J issued two important judgments regarding the interaction between UK patent actions and opposition proceedings at the EPO.
Within a week of his judgment in Cartier v Sky, Arnold J has handed down his decision in another request for website blocking orders.
The Court of Appeal has found that the extensive use by Specsavers of its green, shaded trademark is enough to constitute genuine use of its wordless mark.
The decision in Cartier International & others v B Sky B Ltd & others marks the first website blocking order awarded to a brand owner.
The comptroller of patents has been given extra powers to revoke patents based on lack of novelty or inventive step.
According to The Legal 500, following the merger of Wragge & Co and Lawrence Graham in May 2014, the firm has ‘more strength and depth as well as wider international coverage’.
A new law state of mind: UK parody exception to copyright infringement comes into force — 1 October 2014
The UK has introduced a new ‘parody, caricature and pastiche exception’ into copyright law, giving comedians new protections from copyright infringement.
1 October sees the commencement of the key design provisions of the Intellectual Property Act 2014.