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EIP partners recognised in IAM Strategy 300 Global Leaders

Following their inclusion in IAM Strategy 300 published in September last year, EIP partners Florian Schmidt-Bogatzky and James Seymour have been listed in IAM Strategy 300: Global Leaders 2023 which identifies the individuals whose approach to intelle...

EIP partners recognised as IAM Global Leaders 2023

EIP partners Jerome Spaargaren and Gary Moss have been listed in IAM Global Leaders 2023. Jerome founded EIP in 2000 and is Head of EIP Digital while Gary joined EIP in 2011 and is responsible for building EIP’s award-winning Litigation team whi...

AU VODKA LIMITED v NE10 VODKA LIMITED & LEON HOGAN

Heard by Mr Justice Mellor on 16 September 2022 AU Vodka Ltd v NE10 Vodka Ltd & Anor [2022] EWHC 2371 (Ch) (21 September 2022) (bailii.org) Article written by Alona Andrieieva, qualified Ukrainian patent and trade mark attorney, now research asso...

Damages pull into the station for Geofabrics

Charlotte May KC recently handed down a comparatively rare judgment, for the Patents Court, in respect of a damages enquiry for infringement of Geofabrics’ railway related patent by Fiberweb in Geofabrics Ltd v Fiberweb Geosynthetics Ltd [2022] E...

Are electric vehicles tackling climate change?

Governments across the world are encouraging the switch to electric vehicles as part of the global effort to combat climate change. California recently enacted regulations to require 100% of new vehicles sold in the state must be electric, hybrid or hy...

The WaterRower managed to row back from being struck out

In the recent strike out application heard on 28 July 2022, Waterrower (UK) Limited v Liking Limited (T/A Topiom) [2022] EWHC 2084 (IPEC), David Stone, sitting as deputy high court judge, considered whether a rowing machine could be considered to be a ...