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Here are our top four tips to ensure that you stand out for all of the right reasons!
By Vivek Raghavan
This year, England and Wales host the Cricket World Cup, the world's biggest cricketing carnival.
By Ariana Sadr-Hashemi
Today is World Environment Day, and this year we are celebrating by turning our attentions to the benefits of recycling!
By Andrew Sunderland
Following the recent referral to the EPO's Enlarged Board of Appeal, the EPO has issued a notice indicating that all pending proceedings before the examination and opposition divisions at the EPO
By Luke Dent
"Did I lock the car?" you ask yourself. If you're near enough, you might be able to check if the car's lock indicator light is flashing.
By Robert Topley
Curiosity really is a marvellous thing. It drives us to explore the unknown - be it space, the depths of the sea or ancient civilisations.
By Andrew Sunderland
Our third and final article in this series looks at the patentability of simulations.
By Bethany Brown
China are credited with inventing many things we now use in everyday life and take for granted, for example loo rolls. Chinese inventions range from tea, teabags and teapots to popular games such as Go and Mahjong.
By Chloe Farrar
Today, we celebrate World IP Day, where we learn about the role that intellectual property rights play in encouraging innovation and creativity.
By Andrew Sunderland
Taking off from where our last article in this series ended; another referral to the Enlarged Board of Appeal (EBA), G2/19, includes questions relating to two seemingly unrelated matters.
By Will Dearn
You can't have Easter without eggs, be they chocolate or real.
By Ariana Sadr-Hashemi
For this year's Earth Day, the Green Series is turning its attention to air pollution. It is estimated that over 9,000 Londoners die every year as a result of breathing toxic air!
By Andrew Sunderland
Double patenting, i.e. where an applicant attempts to cover "the same subject-matter" with two patents and neither patent is citable prior art for the other, can occur when the same applicant files:
By Kirwin Lee, Daniel Chew
The Judicial Committee of the Supreme People's Court in China recently issued a new judicial interpretation regarding injunctions in IP disputes ...
By Susan Gregory
All of us experience stress in our lives and many of us experience work related stress; whether it's traffic aggravating our morning commute, meeting deadlines or having to balance work tasks with our home lives.