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Nokia has continued its string of successful SEP campaigns in Germany, obtaining injunctions on  two of its SEPs against Oppo. It appears...
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We anticipate that spin-out companies will continue to be a popular mechanism to monetise the UK’s leading research in life sciences and...
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The recent High Court decision in Gama Aviation (UK) Ltd v MWWMMWM Ltd  is a rare example of a claimant successfully relying on the...
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In December 2021, the UK Government launched its SEP consultation and it has today published an executive summary of the responses it has...
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The recent High Court decision in Stichd v Force India Formula One Team provides a, comparatively, rare example of a party successfully...
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Are you an overseas entity that owns properties in the UK or has a lease of more than seven years relating to UK properties? If so, from...
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Are you investing or operating in a sensitive area of the economy according to the National Security and Investment Act? If so,...
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On 26 July 2022, the UK Government published Guidance aimed at summarising the distinction between the three types of employment status...
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BMW caused a stir this month when it announced a new paid-for subscription service for some of its vehicles. Subscription services in...
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In its recently published consultation response, the UK Intellectual Property Office signalled its intention to introduce an expansive...
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On 1 July 2022, the UK government expanded the list of health care professionals (“HCPs”) that can now issue fit notes to include nurses,...
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The Council of the European Union has approved the EU’s accession to the Hague Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign...