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News and information

Boult Wade Tennant is running a Freedom to Operate workshop focussed on CRISPR-Cas during the Festival of Genomics, California.

Matthew Spencer, Partner and James Legg, Attorney from the Biotechnology and Life Sciences Group, will be attending the Festival of Genomics in California 3-5 November 2015.   Read more

New guidance on licensing Standard Essential Patents

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has delivered its ruling in Case C – 170/13 Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd v ZTE Corp., ZTE Deutschland GmbH. The ruling provides guidance for determining when an owner of a Standard Essential Patent (SEP) might breach competition law when bringing an infringement action against a third party. This guidance is likely to be significant both to companies that own SEPs and to companies wishing to enter markets that require conformance to standards.  Read more

Charlotte Duly features in LexisNexis Q&A on 3D trade marks

Boult Wade Tennant Partner Charlotte Duly provides expert commentary for a LexisNexis article ‘Lego man still standing – 3D trade mark valid rules court’.   Read more