Firstly, a big thank you to everyone who visited our stand during iExpo last week, the day itself was very enjoyable and proved to be an excellent opportunity to meet with lots of new faces, and plenty of old ones! It was also a lot of fun running ip21’s creative build challenge, which involved visitors building whatever took their fancy from a ...
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New Anglia's iExpo is set for 20th October 2015 iExpo is New Anglia LEP's flagship innovation exhibition, and is sponsored this year by the University of East Anglia (UEA), University Campus Suffolk (UCS) and IP21, the Intellectual Property specialists. It has been created in association with Norwich Research Park, Hethel Innovation Centre, OrbisEnergy and Innovation Martlesham to bring together the region’s innovative businesses and ...
A recent report has shown a correlation between companies active in owning Intellectual Property Rights and the organisational performance of those companies. On average, companies owning Intellectual Property Rights such as patents, designs and trademarks generate 29% greater revenues per employee, employ 6 times as many staff and are able to pay their employees up to 20% higher wages than firms which do not. For small companies, ...
Just before Christmas, a man called John Bradfield died. He was 89. And just this week, the world’s longest ship docked at Felixstowe to unload its cargo from China. What, you may well ask, is the link – and what has it got to do with patents? Sir John Bradfield was Trinity College, Cambridge’s Bursar for nearly 40 years. He drove ...
The world of IP Law has experienced a turbulent year with some significant global developments. In the US, the Supreme Court made important decisions on business method patents (the Alice case), while the America Invents Act has forced practitioners to adapt their procedures accordingly. In Europe, a number of CJEU rulings and a European Commission consultation has brought copyright issues to ...
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