1. IP and Brexit – update

    The UK Government has voted in favour of the EU Withdrawal Agreement Bill, which is now under review by the House of Lords. It is widely expected that the House of Lords will approve the Bill and that it will be ratified by the European Parliament. The UK will then formally leave the EU on 31 January 2020 and enter a transition period scheduled to end on 31 December 2020.

  2. Schrems 2 – An Opinion on the Validity of Standard Contractual Clauses

    On December 19th 2019, the Advocate General (AG) of the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) published his opinion in the ongoing litigation brought by privacy activist Max Schrems (colloquially known as Schrems 2) regarding the lawfulness of personal data transfers by Facebook Ireland to…

  3. JUVE Patent quoting Pawel Piotrowicz

    Our Partner Pawel Piotrowicz has provided comment on JUVE Patent's article regarding the EPO's decision on AI and how it could impact future patent law.

  4. What price genuine use? Not for all the tea in China

  5. Venner Shipley recommended in JUVE Patent’s inaugural Patent Filing UK 2020 ranking

  6. Data Protection Update: U.S. Special

  7. Data blast; Germany issues €14.5 million fine for lax data security and more…

  8. G1/19: Just What Do Those Questions Mean?

  9. Inside IP Autumn Winter 2019

  10. New Year, New Rules: Changes to the Rules of Procedure of the EPO Boards of Appeal January 2020

  11. MONOPOLY: Trade Mark Edition

  12. Design Protection of Graphical User Interfaces