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IP Enforcement Focus : Europe – round-up

IP Enforcement Focus is our series of written, video and audio posts which plug into your current European enforcement issues. These posts cover IP related court cases as well as relevant political and economic developments in this area. Since January, we have published 13 summaries of key IP enforcement developments, including 8 v-logs. This round-up outlines each commentary with a link to the full post,

3D Printing: Are you 3DP Ready?

3D printing has already been around for decades and has disrupted certain industries, such as hearing aids. One likely impact is an increase in IP infringement, with Gartner predicting that this could reach $100 billion a year by 2018. Now that a number of key patents have expired, 3D printers are becoming cheaper and offer

Brexit webinar – What’s next for Life Sciences companies?

With the UK Government having issued its Article 50 notice, we are holding a webinar to further analyse the implications for the life sciences sector of the momentous decision that the UK has made to leave the EU. On 3 April 12:00 pm BST and 5 April 4:00 pm BST, our Life Sciences lawyers Charles Brasted, Elisabethann Wright, Fabien Roy, Helen Kimberley

Combatting illegal pharma trade – IP enforcement brochure

We are delighted to announce the launch of our Combatting illegal pharma trade enforcement guide. This publication is a pharmaceutical industry-specific brochure which complements our suite of brand and trademark protection and enforcement guides (Integrated IP Enforcement in Europe and Global Brand Protection). This guide analyses the challenges facing the pharmaceutical industry with a focus on the international black market on one

U.S. – Protecting IP in Digital Health deals

Industry sources estimate that more than $4 billion worth of deals in digital health have been signed globally this year so far, as pharmaceutical manufacturers look for “beyond the pill” solutions to medical problems, health care providers seek more efficient means to monitor their patients’ wellbeing, and technology companies aim to commercialize their products and

Europe – False Advertising : Avoiding pitfalls in the Life Sciences sector

With advertising high on the agenda for Life Sciences companies, but litigation a real threat, we have published guidelines for companies looking to advertise in this highly regulated industry. Globalization and rationalization have made it increasingly common for companies to develop and implement cross-border marketing campaigns encompassing several jurisdictions. Successful advertising often depends on making