What do you do if, before you have obtained a granted patent, a third party starts selling a product that looks like your invention? Is there anything you can do to stop the third party? Does your patent application provide you with any rights before the patent is granted? Parminder Lally and Simon Ambroz answer these questions.
Imagine this. You have a friend, Mrs Py, who is a UK resident and an enthusiastic inventor. Recently, Mrs Py invented an electronic paralyser which can be fitted into a pen.
Many of us are familiar with binge-watching TV series on Netflix, but few of us are familiar with Netflix’s vast intellectual property (IP) portfolio. We take a look at Netflix’s IP story in this article, which contains as many twists and turns as one of its original dramas.
First published in Cambridge Catalyst, Simon Ambroz explores the surprising number of things that can be protected by intellectual property in the world of gaming. Game development requires a substantial investment of time and money, as it often takes creators several years to design and launch a new game. Mobile games can be developed more […]