Radio Days… and patents

If anyone believes that the obsession with wireless connections are the culture of 21st century society, they are very much mistaken. There was a time, not so long ago in…

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Protecting inventions by patent in multiple countries

Unfortunately “worldwide patents” do not exist In today’s global market, a product may be designed in one country, manufactured in another or several different locations and ultimately commercialised all over…

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Financial Times ranks ABG IP in the top 10 of Europe’s Leading Patent Law Firms

For the second year in a row, Financial Times has ranked us in its "Europe's Leading Patent Law Firms" ranking that was published today. This year ABG Intellectual Property figures…

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The importance of securing evidence against the infringement of ip rights and know-how: latest probative technologies

Some days ago, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) made an unexpected announcement on the development of its own digital file certification system: WIPO Proof. For the general public, platforms…

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The Enlarged Board of Appeal of the EPO has decided that products obtained exclusively by an essentially biological process are not patentable

The Enlarged Board of Appeal (EBoA) of the European Patent Office (EPO) has published the decision of case G3 / 19 (text here) on the patentability, under the European Patent…

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