A vital value of most UT Companies are their IP in terms of patents, trademarks etc. Once registered and secured, the companies work every day to monetise that investment in a global market. Sometimes the IP comes under attack from competitors or other companies, and an international IP professional is needed to assist them. Those are some of the issues that a professional Intellectual Property Solicitors work with. But how do they work, and what is the difference between a Property Solicitors and a Patent Attorney?
The European Patent Office (EPO) has seen a remarkable increase in the number of AI patent filings in the Agritech sector in recent years. In this article we highlight the growth from the year 2000 until 2019.
The Shorter Trial Scheme (STS) was set up with the purpose of providing parties with an avenue to achieve earlier, shorter trials for reasonably sized litigation at a proportionate cost. The judgment in proceedings between Cook and Boston contains a few practical points on the STS and other case management issues.
Many technology-based businesses use Patent Attorneys to help them secure protection for their inventions but what does the job entail and how does one become one? Dr Jasmine Percival provides some insights based on her experiences as a trainee so far.
The UK is going through an energy transition towards cleaner sources of energy. The government is looking to accelerate this transition in light of recent global developments and the need to reduce reliance on imported energy.