The Unified Patent Court is potentially ready to come into effect. So, what does this mean for European patent applicants?
Patent attorney, Nic Ferrar, explains some of the opportunities provided by having intellectual property (IP) protection that are often missed by the engineering and manufacturing sectors.
Now that you have researched the intellectual property (IP) landscape and know that you can work your invention freely, the next key consideration is to understand how and when you should go about protecting your own IP.
You have a new product or innovation, and you’re interested in obtaining a patent to prevent others from using it. But what should you do?
Natasha Walker, Chartered Trade Mark Attorney at Adamson Jones IP Ltd, highlights some key points to consider when choosing a name for your product or service.
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Adamson Jones is partnering up with the Business and IP Centre (BIPC) Nottinghamshire to deliver this webinar - Whose IP is it anyway?