Scientists Battle Ownership of Patents for Gene-Editing Tool

A gene-editing technology called CRISPR-cas9 allows scientists to make precise edits in DNA that could lead to new medical therapies, research tools and new crop varieties.  This has been called the biggest biotechnology breakthrough in the past 30 or 40 years… Continue Reading →

Should Computers be Named as Patent Inventors?

As current patent law stands only a human individual can file as an inventor on a patent who conceived of the idea. Defined as “the formation in the mind of the inventor of a definite and permanent idea of the… Continue Reading →

The Importance of Establishing Ownership of IP Assets

Simple oversights at the earliest stage of business formation can cause long term issues for any business, especially when trying to secure funding.  Investors often consider IP to be the most valuable part of a business and is highly influential… Continue Reading →

Recent Trade Mark Rulings for Global Brands

A couple of trade mark rulings over colour trade marks and slogans hit the headlines recently: Frucor Beverages, owner of the V energy drink, attempted to trade mark the green colour (Pantone 376C) used on its drinks can but this… Continue Reading →

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