How is AI supporting innovation in green technologies?
The Greenshoots Podcast by Appleyard Lees – episode 25 – An introduction to the Unitary Patent and the Unified Patent Court
After years of uncertainty, both the Unitary Patent (UP) and the Unified Patent Court (UPC) could be live as early as October 2022.
The Greenshoots Podcast by Appleyard Lees – episode 24 – Inside Green Innovation: Progress Report 2021
This episode follows the release of Appleyard Lees inaugural Inside Green Innovation: Progress Report 2021. Authors David Walsh, Chris Mason and Paul Beynon discuss key insights from the report, and the complexities of analysing patent data.
Innovation in the plant-based meat sector is aiming to help to solve some of the problems associated with animal-meat production.
Lab-grown miniature organs (also known as organoids) is a technology area that has the potential to significantly lower costs and failure rates in drug development, and to improve safety.
What can patent data reveal about global progress in green innovation, and what might be achieved in years to come?
The Greenshoots Podcast by Appleyard Lees – episode 20: Doctrine of equivalents and its impact on patent infringement assessment in the UK
In 2017, the UK Supreme Court’s judgement of Actavis v Eli Lilly created significant change to the way patent infringement is assessed in the UK by introducing a formal doctrine of equivalents. Four years on, Appleyard Lees partners and patent attorneys Adam Tindall and David Walsh, and senior associate and patent attorney Chris Mason discuss […]
Sourcing funding for innovation is currently at the forefront of many businesses’ agenda in response to the current global pandemic. While it is an uncertain time for many, there are still plenty of funding opportunities available for innovation-led businesses. In this article we highlight some of the funding opportunities available to small businesses, larger businesses […]
In this judgment at the High Court, Lord Justice Arnold stepped down from the Court of Appeal to the High Court to hear the case. His findings on infringement may be an indication of Arnold’s desire to set some practical limits on the first and third Actavis equivalence questions. In particular, he applies a rigorous […]