The IP Lounge: UPC and SEPs, EUIPO race nears end, and more
Managing IP is part of the Delinian Group, Delinian Limited, 4 Bouverie Street, London, EC4Y 8AX, Registered in England & Wales, Company number 00954730
Copyright © Delinian Limited and its affiliated companies 2024

Accessibility | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | Modern Slavery Statement

The IP Lounge: UPC and SEPs, EUIPO race nears end, and more

MIP Podcast newsletter header banner sample-2000.jpg

In the latest episode of our monthly podcast, the team joins you live from the Managing IP Intellectual Property & Innovation Summit in London, where SEPs and the UPC were both top of mind

It’s been another busy month for the Managing IP editorial team with the build-up to the Unified Patent Court and subsequent launch, on June 1, taking centre stage.

In this episode of The IP Lounge podcast, which we recorded from the IP & Innovation Summit held in London last week, we discuss industry reaction to the UPC as well as the latest on the European Commission’s plans to overhaul the EU’s standard-essential patent framework.

We also delve into the race for the EUIPO leadership, which has taken a major step towards completion, while our team members share their views on other hot topics discussed during the conference and what’s been happening elsewhere.

more from across site and ros bottom lb

More from across our site

The firm was among multiple winners at a record-breaking 2024 ceremony held in London on April 11
We provide a rundown of Managing IP’s news and analysis from the week, and review what’s been happening elsewhere in IP
The Americas research cycle has commenced. Do not miss this opportunity to nominate your work!
Increased and new patent fees could affect prosecution strategies for law firms and companies, according to sources
Five former Oblon lawyers felt that joining Merchant & Gould would help them offer the right prices to entice clients
The UK may not be a UPC member but its firms are still acting in proceedings, with Carpmaels among the most prominent
Naomi Pearce of Pearce IP shares how she is helping her firm become a life sciences leader and how generous policies have helped attract top talent
The Court of Appeal has dismissed an appeal filed by Ocado, in what was a key test for transparency at the new court
Each week Managing IP speaks to a different IP lawyer or professional about their life and career
INTA is calling out ‘immoral’ unregistered attendees at the association’s annual meeting, but the debate is more nuanced
Gift this article