Google’s Change in AdWords Trade Mark Protection
Victor Andrew Wilson v Yahoo! UK Ltd & Another  EWHC 361 (Ch)
UK Courts Permit Claims to Computer Programs
A recent judgement of the UK Patents Court (Citation No.  EWHC 85 (Pat)) has reaffirmed the practice of granting patents to a computer program for performing a method provided that the method itself is patentable.
‘Time Waits For No Man: Deciding When to File a Patent Application in Europe’, Nature Biotechnology
‘The EU Biotech Directive – legislation for disharmony?’ Pharmaceutical Law Insight
In this issue, we update you on important developments in the industry; a reversed Board of Appeal decision by the General Court; an important case for brand owners; and general updates TM team and firm updates.
In this edition we take a look at the EUIPO’s decision on the invalidity of a three-stripe mark by Adidas; G4S PLC’s successful opposition to an application by F & G Kites Limited; a useful reminder of the evidence required when defending a registration that has been challenged on the grounds of non-use; the 4th Latin American country that will be joining the Madrid Protocol; and a new rule introduced by the US Patent and Trademark Office.
Read about latest developments in the Trade Marks field, as well as what’s going on with the team here at Boult Wade Tennant
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