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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?
The 10th edition of the International Comparative Legal Guide to Copyright 2020 is a practical cross-border insight into patent law, with contributing editor Phil Sherrell of Bird & Bird.
This month we report on whether the High Court had jurisdiction on the basis of targeting (easyGroup Limited v Easy Fly Express Limited & Anr) and the General Court's decision in the Apple and Pear trade mark opposition.
We analyse the questions referred to the Court of Justice by the Brussels Court of Appeal in Mitsubishi v Duma Forklifts and on the recent IPEC decision in Nomination Di Antonio E Paolo Gensini SNC & Anr on exhaustion.
The 8th edition of the International Comparative Legal Guide to: Trade Marks 2019 is a practical cross-border insight into trade mark work. We have contributed two chapters covering trade marks in the UK and ...
This month we report on the liability of the NHS for trade mark infringement. We also report on an opposition based on earlier unregistered rights in the mark TURBO-K.
In this month's report, we look at the UK High Court's recent guidance to the Intellectual Property Office on bad faith applications in Trump International Ltd v DTTM Operations LLC  EWHC 769 (Ch).
Ewan Grist considers the important questions that courts in both the EU and UK need to answer for their unregistered design regimes.