Intellectual property news and updates

Manchester office expands Trade Mark team

Wilson Gunn welcome their new trainee trade mark attorney to the team

Accelerating examination of European patent applications

New changes will be made for the accelerating examination of European patent applications. Wilson Gunn discuss in detail.

Community Trade Marks for 2016 - All change!

Community Trade Marks are set to change this year - get all the details here.

Patent Box is changing – act now to secure the benefit

Find out how the Patent Box is changing in 2016. Read the full article.

Don’t Abuse Pharmaceutical Patent Litigation

We discuss the latest case news regarding Pharmaceutical Patent Litigation.

IP Scammers Ordered to Pay Maximum Penalty

Court finds that scammers deliberately set out to deceive proprietors into thinking that their letters and invoices were issued by the UK IPO, ordering maximum penalty for trademark infringement and passing off.

Wilson Gunn made a return to the Advanced Engineering Show in 2015

After success last year, Wilson Gunn were back with a bang at the Advanced Engineering UK 2015 on 4–5 November at the NEC, Birmingham. In the course of the two days the team were able to speak to many companies in the automotive and other engineering sectors interested in protecting or getting better value from their intellectual property…

Halloumi trade mark in meltdown as courts reject application

In 2013, the Republic of Cyprus applied to the Office for Harmonisation in the Internal Market (OHIM) for registration of two community trade marks, HALLOUMI and XAΛΛOYMI, for cheese, milk and milk products. As will probably be well known, HALLOUMI and XAΛΛOYMI designate a particular type of cheese originally created in Cyprus. OHIM originally…

Wilson Gunn fasten up for the Advanced Engineering Show 2015

Wilson Gunn Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys are delighted to be exhibiting at this year’s Advanced Engineering Show, held at the NEC Birmingham on 4th-5th November. The firm will also deliver two presentations at the two day event. James Robey, Partner at Wilson Gunn and Shajahan Janally, Design Engineer at Bentley Motors will discuss, with…

Pfizer in patent pain after court rejects claims of infringement

The drug Lyrica (Pfizer’s trademarked name for pregabalin) was originally developed for the treatment of epilepsy and generalised anxiety disorder. Subsequently it was found that this drug was also suitable for the treatment of pain. In the UK, last year, Pfizer’s sales of this drug totalled around £250m. The original patent for the use…

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