EIP will be exhibiting at the Engineering Design Show at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry on 16-17 October.
Visit stand F42 to discuss any of your IP requirements and to enter our competition to win a case of EIP’s own IP Ale.
The Engineering Design Show is dedicated to engineering, electronics and embedded design and is expected to attract more than 4000 visitors across two days.
EIP has been highly rated in the 2020 edition of Chambers & Partners UK.
Researchers highlighted EIP for its “excellent patent prosecution and oppositions practice” and its “highly capable trademark and designs offering”. The “much-admired patent litigation team” was “particularly noted for disputes concerned with FRAND licensing and SEP patents”.
A client quoted said: “Their performance has been excellent and they have shown an extremely high level of understanding.”
Partners Jerome Spaargaren and Gary Moss received recommendations as notable practitioners.
Gary “is a great name in patent licensing for telecoms. Highly experienced, there's nothing he hasn't seen, and therefore has a sensible appreciation for risk and makes the right calls”.
Jerome “is feted for his expertise in semiconductor science, optics and medical devices”.
Head of EIP Legal, Gary Moss, has been invited to be a keynote speaker at this year’s conference where the topic is Intellectual Property Proceedings. The conference will provide an international platform for exchange and discussion between academic researchers and practitioners in public authorities, legal counsel, and economic consultancies.
Gary will deliver a keynote lecture and host panel discussions on FRAND and alternative dispute resolutions in IP disputes.
The MaCCI Law and Economics Conference is in its ninth year and will take place in Mannheim, Germany on Thursday 14 and Friday 15 November.
The 2020 edition of the Legal 500 has been published, with recommendations for eleven EIP fee-earners.
EIP Legal led by ‘very savvy IP litigator’ Gary Moss ‘hits far, far above its weight’ and is comprised of 'experienced and expert IP litigators' who are recognised for medical device, life sciences and mobile telecoms patent disputes. The team also includes recommended lawyers Robert Lundie Smith and Matthew Jones alongside Managing Associate Tom Brazier who is ranked as a Rising Star.The team is 'involved in some of the highest profile IT disputes on both technical and legal issues' and ‘the firm has done more than any other to shape the law in FRAND disputes and make the UK the primary forum for such matters.'‘The firm has a forward-thinking mindset, it is great in the details but doesn't forget the big picture either.'
The patents team which includes recommended attorneys Jerome Spaargaren, Heather McCann, Matt Lawman, Laurence Brown and Richard Gordon-Brown ‘has a wide variety of robust technical capabilities in the chemistry and biotechnology space'.‘The individuals at EIP are super-smart and detail-oriented…they are easy to speak with and truly listen to the business issues…and are very respectful...'
EIP Brands team led by Claire Lehr with Paula Flutter ‘…has a lot of experience and is quick and responsive' and 'their counsel is concise, reliable, prompt and, most importantly, always business-focused’ with ‘their attention to detail has been second to none.'
The Legal 500 rankings are based on feedback from 300,000 clients worldwide, submissions from law firms and interviews with leading private practice lawyers, and a team of researchers who have unrivalled experience in the legal market.
Today, EIP Partner Heather McCann will participate in a panel discussion at the IPIC Annual Meeting.
Heather will participate in a panel to discuss IP Rights Around the World: International Perspectives where she will be joined by Kevin Noonan from McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff LLP and moderator Neil Henderson from Gowling WLG.
This will be the 93rd Annual Conference and runs from 25 to 27 September in Ottawa. This year's conference has the title: 'IP Beyond Borders: Canada coming of age in a global economy'.