Carpmaels & Ransford announces new Senior Associate promotion & more…Keep up with what has been happening this week in our latest IP news round-up…
Palo Alto Networks hit with $151.5 mln verdict in Centripetal patent trial
A federal jury in Virginia awarded cybersecurity company Centripetal Networks $151.5 million in damages on Wednesday after finding that rival Palo Alto Networks violated the company’s patent rights.
Georgia’s Intellectual Property Centre Chair, European Patent Office President discuss validation agreement, cooperation
Soso Giorgadze, the Chair of the National Intellectual Property Centre of Georgia and Antonio Campinos, the President of the European Patent Office on Saturday discussed the validation agreement between the agencies, which came into force on January 15, allowing applicants to validate European patents granted by the EPO in Georgia.
Carpmaels & Ransford announces new Senior Associate promotion
Rachel Taylor was promoted to Senior Associate as of 1st January 2024
Dehns Attorney Alexandra Nott joins the ECTA SME Task Force Committee
Dehns is delighted to announce that UK Chartered Trade Mark Attorney, Alexandra Nott, has joined the ECTA SME Task Force Committee.
UPC Preliminary injunctions: 10x Genomics vs NanoString
The 10x Genomics v NanoString cases were the first cases in the life sciences sector to receive decisions on preliminary injunctions.