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When a defendant loses a patent trial, when would they decide that submitting to an injunction is better than taking a license? Tristan Sherliker reports on this in the September Issue of The Licensing Journal by ...
The Advocate General (AG) has delivered an opinion on the interpretation of Article 3 of the Supplementary Protection Certificate (SPC) Regulation (469/2009/EC) (2009 Regulation) (Article 3).
Today the Supreme Court has upheld an appeal by Professor Shanks against his former employer, Unilever, awarding him £2M in compensation for his invention. This case is of real significance for all innovative businesses ...
Bird & Bird has yet again secured a great set of results in the 2019 edition of the IAM Patent 1000 guide to patent practice.
Bird & Bird was successful in defending its clients in a major Supplementary Protection Certificate (SPC) case
International law firm Bird & Bird has advised long term client Precision for Medicine, part of the Precision Medicine Group, on its acquisition of Swiss company SimplicityBio from its founders.
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