The UK Supreme Court has handed down its judgement in Warner-Lambert v Generics & Anr  UKSC 56 in which the issue of plausibility was considered in-depth. The Supreme Court unanimously held that broad medical treatment claims were invalid, with the majority finding that the requirement of plausibility is not a low, threshold test. This
This article was recently re-published in Practical Law Australia, by Thomson Reuters Legal. A copy of the re-published article can be found here. Australia’s second-tier innovation patent system is presently on death row. With all appeal avenues seemingly now exhausted, we ask the question – albeit somewhat academically, as to whether it necessarily has to
A ‘best practice’ approach to IP management – why it’s a good idea to consolidate your IP under one roof
We handle the intellectual property (IP) portfolios for a diverse range of clients, many of whom are large multinationals. Their IP portfolios typically include all forms of registrable rights – patents, trademarks and designs. We also often find that certain clients have many IP service providers, each of which handle one or more of those
Xenith IP Group has responded to an inquiry currently underway by the Australian Senate Economics Legislation Committee, which is considering changes to the Federal Government’s R&D tax incentive regime. These changes are contained in the Treasury Laws Amendment (Making Sure Multinationals Pay Their Fair Share of Tax in Australia and Other Measures) Bill 2018. The
Shelston IP will be attending the APAA Conference in New Delhi, India from 17-21 November 2018. Paul Harrison, Greg Whitehead and Kieran Williams look forward to seeing you there. If you would like to set up a meeting do not hesitate to contact our team below.
The UK is scheduled to leave the EU in March 2019. In the event of the UK leaving the EU without a deal being reached, the UK Government has provided some guidance on how trade mark rights will be affected. EU Trade Mark Registrations For existing national EU trade mark registrations, the UK Government