The annual newsletter in which the Federation reviews its previous twelve months’ activities, Trends and Events 2010, has now been published. It provides an overview of those IP issues which engaged industry during that period and tries to look beyond current issues to identify future areas
The Intellectual Property Office in the UK has announced in a press release the panel of experts advising the independent review into the intellectual property system. The review was launched by Prime Minister David Cameron during a speech to an audience of high tech businesses and entrepreneurs
The President of the IP Federation has written to John Alty, Chief Executive of the Intellectual Property Office, saying the following:
I note from the CIPA Journal of August 2010 (page 515), and your speech at the CIPA Congress very recently, that the IPO intends to
The IP Federation has issued a statement in support of the principles expressed in the proposal for a Council Regulation on the translation arrangements for the European Union patent.
The members of the Federation support principles expressed in the proposal for the Council Regulation (EU) on the translation
The IP Federation is pleased to announce that Mr James Hayles has been elected as the new President of the Federation, effective 9 July 2010.
James is a qualified UK and European Patent Attorney with over 20 years’ experience of IP work gained in private practice, Fisons plc