Partner and patent attorney, Nicholas Ferrar, considers the impact that Covid-19 will have on innovation for the long-term as well as for the short-term.
CIPA have released their annual report, outlining their major initiatives and focus for the last year. Patent attorney, Katherine Wright, takes a look at what the key numbers mean.
The UK’s Supreme Court has issued a landmark ruling (Shanks v Unilever Plc and others) ordering the employer of an inventor to pay him £2 million, as a share of the profits it made from an invention he made more than 30 years ago.
Universities have a huge amount to offer businesses in collaborative research and development projects, but who owns the technology?
Jeremy Corbyn used his speech at the Labour Party conference to announce radical policies, some of which involve a controversial area of intellectual property, namely the prices charged by pharmaceutical companies for patented medicines.