Knowledge & News


3rd Quarter 2017

The 3rd quarter edition of our ReMarks newsletter is out, including:

  • Supreme Court decision on Actavis v Eli Lilly (Doctrine of Equivalents)
  • Working with the new EU Trade Mark Regulation
  • Brexit: A first look at the UK’s EU Withdrawal Bill’s implications for IP
  • New PPH program between Malaysia and EPO
  • Brexit: European Commission publishes position paper on IPRs
  • Canadian Federal Court of Appeal Indicates that a “Promise” is not the Solution
  • The “plausibility” requirement at the EPO
  • Warner-Lambert’s pain continues in Singapore 
  • EPO engages with Unitary Patents 


Michael Shaw

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


Michael Barrett

Michael Barrett Associate London (UK) Chartered (UK) and European Trade Mark Attorney, Solicitor (UK - non-practising)

Graham Burnett-Hall

Graham Burnett-Hall Partner London (UK) Solicitor (UK)

Mathias Dormann

Mathias Dormann Associate Ottawa (Canada)

Chris Hemingway

Chris Hemingway Director Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) Chartered (UK) and European Patent Attorney, European Trade Mark and Design Attorney, Registered (MY) Patent, Trade Mark and Industrial Design Agent

Will Jensen

Will Jensen Managing Associate London (UK) Solicitor (UK)

Will Nieuwenhuys

Will Nieuwenhuys Partner London (UK) Chartered (UK) and European Patent Attorney

Upasana Patel

Upasana Patel Partner Singapore Registered (SG) and Chartered (UK) Patent Attorney

Thomas Prock

Thomas Prock Partner London (UK) Chartered (UK), German and European Patent Attorney

Mairi Rudkin

Mairi Rudkin Associate Glasgow (UK) Chartered (UK) and European Patent Attorney

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