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Business Intelligence Q3 2019

Q3 2019

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Madrid Protocol comes into force in Canada
Is it possible to own IP in space?
AI trade marks: a unique set of problems
The five legal pitfalls of clinical trials agreements
EPO report shows the future is patent pending
Creative marketing strategies and IP - chicken, burgers and Stranger Things
The Dyson dynamic: electric vehicles and the future of patents
Bold, hybrid and bioelectric: protecting ideas in the future of medicine

Editor

Michael Shaw

Michael Shaw Partner Manchester (UK) Chartered (UK) and European Trade Mark Attorney

Authors

Nathan Fan

Nathan Fan Partner Toronto (Canada) Canadian Trademark Agent, Barrister and Solicitor

Isobel Ferguson

Isobel Ferguson Associate Birmingham (UK) European Patent Attorney

Andrew Hartley

Andrew Hartley Senior Associate Birmingham (UK) Chartered (UK) and European Patent Attorney

Claire Hutson

Claire Hutson Trainee Trade Mark Attorney London (UK)

Graeme Murray

Graeme Murray Associate Manchester (UK) Chartered (UK) and European Trade Mark Attorney

David Robinson

David Robinson Partner Manchester (UK) Chartered (UK) and European Patent Attorney

Sarah Taylor

Sarah Taylor Associate London (UK) Solicitor (UK)

Sanjukta Tole

Sanjukta Tole Partner Toronto (Canada) Canadian Trademark Agent, Barrister and Solicitor

Duncan White

Duncan White Partner Oxford (UK) Chartered (UK) and European Patent Attorney

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