01 Nov 2007
Opponents of biotech research have focused on ethical provisions in European law to challenge controversial patents. Eklavya Gupte reports on two pending cases at the EPO that may clarify some key questions
01 Sep 2007
Three years ago the European Patent Office launched an innovative project to consider how the IP environment may evolve by 2025. What they discovered will have far-reaching consequences for IP users, owners and policy makers, says project leader Shirin Elahi
Andrew Hammond of Valea looks back at the lead-up to the EPO Enlarged Board’s recent decision regarding divisional applications and forward to its possible consequences
November / December 2019
IP law: are the pressures taking their toll?
Following World Mental Health Day, Max Walters seeks the views of in-house professionals on whether they struggle with workplace pressures, and asks how to improve wellbeing
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