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Intellectual Property for Start-ups and other Small Businesses

Intellectual property (“IP”) is the collective term for the bundle of rights that protect investment in branding, design, technology, art and literature. Examples of such rights (“IPR”) include patents for inventions, registered trade marks for brands, registered designs for product … Continue reading

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NIPC now has Life Sciences Capability

I am delighted to welcome back to chambers my old pupil Dr. Alex Khan. Alex is a life sciences man. His doctoral research was in haematology at Birmingham University Medical School. He also holds a master’s from UMIST and a … Continue reading

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Hearing Officer sits in Manchester

I mention Wragg v Donnelly BL O/280/10 9 Aug 2010 not because I was in the case or even because I won but because it is to the first time in my 30 years at the intellectual property bar that a hearing officer has sat in Manchester. Continue reading

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