Appleyard Lees are delighted to announce the appointment of John Kushnick as their Chief Operating Officer (COO).
Appleyard Lees is a leading intellectual property law firm, with over 50 patent and trademark attorneys and litigators.
Who we are, and what we do – but also, how we do it – makes us distinctive.
We bring broad sector and industry knowledge. Our clients benefit from our professionals’ deep insights into their businesses, operations and objectives.
Our team offers a full spectrum of IP services, including initial strategy and scoping, prosecution, and support should post-grant issues arise. Our commercially intelligent approach to service delivery, incorporates flexibility and adaptability. We strive to be agile, to respond to specific client requirements in a way that suits them.
Working with some of the world’s most exciting innovators, largest companies and household names, the firm supports a broad range of IP owners and creators, including in-house teams, R&D specialists, owner-managers and branding professionals.
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Appleyard Lees IP LLP has recently announced it has been recognised by three top legal industry analysts in the past month.added by Mrs Appleyard Lees 1 min Read
UK High Court decision confirms that an artificial intelligence machine cannot be named as an inventor. Andrew McKinlay explains the appeal and the decision.added by Mrs Appleyard Lees 4 min Read
The highs and lows of the virtual ‘courtroom’ experience at the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court (IPEC)
In June and July 2020, Appleyard Lees litigated an unprecedented number of trials in the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court (IPEC) – which were held in an equally unprecedented, virtual format. The following outlines our experience and our learnings. We hope this will be helpful for other attorneys, solicitors and litigants with upcoming trials at the IPEC which, since March 2020 and for the foreseeable future, will be held virtually.added by Mrs Appleyard Lees 3 min Read
On 15 July 2020, the Enlarged Board of Appeal of the EPO met to discuss the criteria used to determine whether computer simulations can be patented in Europe. Patent attorney Parminder Lally summarises the hearing and provides her thoughts on the case, which could have a significant impact on how the EPO determines whether any software inventions such as computer simulations are patentable, particularly when the software inventions do not have a direct link to the physical world.added by Mrs Appleyard Lees 8 min Read
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