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The Patents Court has granted declarations that dosage regimens were obvious at the claimed priority dates of certain of AbbVie’s patents and patent applications.
The spotlight this time will be on recent developments in company law and regulation, focussing on the new PSC regime and Modern Slavery Act 2015 requirements.
With very few organisations complying with aspects of the Modern Slavery Act one year on, Raymond and Emma talk about the opportunities of having a well-crafted statement and take a look at the government’s efforts to drive up standards going forward, such as the introduction of the Modern Slavery (Transparency and Supplies Chain) Bill.
Neil Walker provides a practical legal guide to simplifying property disposals. He looks at the principles that are intended to apply to any piece of land or any building that you might be looking to dispose of - it doesn’t have to be regeneration.
With more planning cases than ever before, Laura Hughes provides a public sector case law update on green belt, neighbourhood plans, viability appraisals, and interpreting of planning permission conditions.
Watch this video to hear from Alan Trench, academic and policy advisor, and Richard Barlow, Head of Public Sector, on the potential implications for environmental legislation as a result of Brexit.
Richard Barlow, Head of Public Sector, and Alan Trench, academic and policy advisor, came together to explore the likely impact of Brexit on EU-based public procurement obligations and therefore, what this means for procurement professionals working in the public sector.
With a huge amount of the UK’s employment law deriving from various EU obligations currently, Richard Barlow, Head of Public Sector, and Alan Trench, academic and policy advisor, take a look at how Britain's exit from the EU may affect public sector workforces.
In this three minute video Kathleen Fox Murphy talks about the costs involved in UK patent litigation and how you can reduce these costs, looking particularly at the high court shorter trials scheme pilot and the IPEC.
In this video Giles Parsons looks at the case of Schenck Rotec v Universal Balancing Limited, focusing on the experimental use defence, why it is misunderstood, and other defences to patent infringement.
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