Posts Tagged: UK Supreme Court


The Top Five European Patent Developments of 2020

It’s the time of year to reflect upon the cases and trends that have shaped IP over the past 12 months. Here are our picks for the …
By James Nurton
6 months ago 3

The UK’s Need to Protect Its Position at Home and Abroad: A Commentary on the UK Supreme Court Ruling in the Conversant Cases

Standards such as WiFi, GSM, 2G, 3G or 4G/LTE have been central to connecting the world. During the Covid-19 crisis, it was thanks to the technologies …
By Roya Ghafele
9 months ago 0

UK Supreme Court Affirms Jurisdiction of English Courts in SEP Cases

In a ruling concerning patent portfolios owned by Unwired Planet and Conversant, the UK Supreme Court has upheld lower decisions that English courts can determine fair, reasonable …
By James Nurton
10 months ago 0

UK Supreme Court Refuses to ‘Water Down’ Sufficiency Requirement

Regeneron has lost a significant battle in its fight with Kymab over patents for transgenic mice. In a 4-1 split decision today, the UK Supreme Court found …
By James Nurton
12 months ago 4

UK Supreme Court Rules on Employee Compensation for ‘Outstanding Benefit’ of Invention, Hears Arguments in High-Profile FRAND Cases

A professor is entitled to a payment of £2 million (about $2.5 million) from his former employer due to the “outstanding benefit” from his invention, the UK Supreme Court …
By James Nurton
2 years ago 4

Searching for Answers to the Standard Essential Patent Problem

Later this year (likely in October), the United Kingdom’s highest court will hear arguments on questions arising in two disputes concerning standard essential patents (SEPs). The …
By James Nurton
2 years ago 0

What Mattered in 2018: Industry Insiders Reflect on the Biggest Moments in IP

There is near unanimity that the Supreme Court's decisions in Oil States Energy v. Greene's Energy Group, 138 S.Ct. 1365 (2018) was among the most significant events of the …
By Gene Quinn
2 years ago 8

UK Supreme Court says regardless of Article 2, doctrine of equivalents exists under UK patent law

The UK Supreme Court recently addressed the extent to which under the European Patent Convention 2000 (“EPC 2000”), a patentee may obtain protection against products or processes that are …
By Patrick Cantrill
4 years ago 4