EU Design Law Reforms & more…Keep up with what has been happening this week in our latest IP news round-up…

InnoScot Health backs World Intellectual Property Day aim of encouraging healthcare innovation

Formal NHS partner InnoScot Health is proud to support World Intellectual Property Day 2024, encouraging all to ‘re-think how we live, work, and play’ for a more sustainable future.

Managing Intellectual Property Recognises Morgan Lewis At 2024 Americas Awards

Morgan Lewis was honored by Managing Intellectual Property at its 2024 Americas Awards as a US Firm of the Year for Patent Disputes in the Northeast Region and as a recipient of the Impact Deal of the Year award.

Hugh Grant settles his phone hacking claim against The Sun

Actor Hugh Grant has reported that he has settled his phone hacking claim against The Sun newspaper’s publisher, News Group Newspapers (“NGN”) in a series of posts on X (formerly Twitter). This follows a Part 36 offer from NGN which would mean that, even if he won, Mr Grant would risk paying NGN’s legal costs of up to £10M if the matter went to trial.

Caltech resolves lawsuit against HP over Wi-Fi patents

The California Institute of Technology has agreed to drop its lawsuit accusing HP Inc

of infringing patents related to wireless communications, according to a filing in Texas federal court.

EU Design Law Reforms: New Changes to Take Effect in 2024

The EU Parliament has now approved reforms to EU design law, we set out below some of the key changes.

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