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The G1/19 case is one of the most important technology / AI cases in recent times and is set to shape how patent applications relating to computer-implemented simulations are handled at the EPO and further afield.

Venner Shipley and Pawel Piotrowicz have been involved from the beginning: we drafted and prosecuted the application and have been handling the appeal including the Enlarged Board of Appeal hearing on 15 July 2020.

Read our latest updates on the G1/19 decision here.

11 June 2021

G1/19: Auswirkungen auf KI-Erfindungen

01 June 2021

G1/19 – what does it mean for AI?

12 May 2021

Venner Shipley featured in World IP Review

10 May 2021

AI and G1/19: article in Intellectual Property Magazine

17 March 2021

Summary of Enlarged Board of Appeal decision G1/19 (Pedestrian Simulation)

10 March 2021

Enlarged Board of Appeal (EBA) issued its eagerly-awaited decision in G1/19

20 July 2020

G1/19: an update after the oral proceedings

08 April 2020

Oral proceedings scheduled in G/19

02 December 2019

Inside IP Autumn Winter 2019

02 December 2019

G1/19: Just What Do Those Questions Mean?

01 March 2019

Breaking News: Referral to the EPO Enlarged Board of Appeal on Computer-Implemented Inventions