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According to current UK patent law, if AI was to invent something, would the creator of the AI be able to patent it? Who would be the inventor and to whom would the invention belong?
There is no better way to celebrate the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle though there are several legal obstacles for souvenir manufacturers and retailers to circumnavigate.
The most striking aspect of this case has undoubtedly been the large fine imposed on both sued companies, which amounted to 453,480 euros. Moreover, the defendants accrued legal interests from the date that the lawsuit ...
Five Bird & Bird lawyers from four offices joined around 300 others who attended the UP/UPC Conference by Premier Cercle hosted by the EPO on 5th July.
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The following cases are discussed: Evalve Inc and Abbott v Edwards Lifesciences Ltd and Racing Partnership Ltd and others v Done Brothers (Cash Betting) Ltd and others. First published in the July 2019 issue of PLC ...
Phil Sherrell explains the current UK IPO consultation on whether to introduce statutory damages for copyright and other IP claims.
On September 26, 2019, the Higher Regional Court of Düsseldorf confirmed on appeal that Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. (“Teva”) – one of Bird & Bird’s key clients – is entitled to a preliminary injunction against ...
The NMPA issued the Drug Smart Supervision Plan aiming to deepen the development of a drug supervision system embracing modern information technologies such as cloud computing, big data, and "Internet+" technologies.
Ericsson has a world-class portfolio of cellular SEPs which it is keen to license on FRAND terms, but the long-awaited decision of a California court in a case involving the Swedish company and TCL may not have ...