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Matheson
The European Commission (the "Commission") launched a public consultation on 12 October 2017 (the "Consultation") seeking views on proposed reforms on certain aspects of patent ...
Cruickshank
In the case of Ireland, ratification of the UPC agreement requires amendment of the Constitution and as such a referendum will need to be held.
Cruickshank
The UK's decision to withdraw from the European Union is one which has created much uncertainty and brings with it changes to intellectual property rights, not just in the UK but throughout Europe.
Ronan Daly Jermyn
On 21 September last, the European Commission published a position paper to the EU-27 outlining the proposed starting point for future negotiations with the UK on its withdrawal from the EU in the area of protection of IPR.
Ireland
Matheson
1. Intellectual Property Rights are often High Value Assets: Lenders will want security and rights over the most valuable assets of a borrower.
Maples Group
In the first edition of Global Legal Insights' guide on AI, Machine Learning & Big Data, Kevin Harnett and Victor Timon provide an overview of AI and the laws and regulations in Ireland.
Matheson
The article below dealing with patents is the first in a series of articles authored by Deirdre Kilroy and Michael Finn analysing the impact of Brexit in the area of intellectual property.
Matheson
The Irish Commercial Court has departed from a long standing precedent and refused to suspend national patent revocation proceedings whilst parallel opposition proceedings are ongoing in the European
Maples Group
Ireland is a leading location for the development, exploitation and management of intellectual property ("IP").
Mason Hayes & Curran
While several of the Irish decisions did not amount to unprecedented changes to Ireland's IP landscape, they did confirm the approach to be taken on many issues.
Mason Hayes & Curran
Part 1 of our Engaging Interns blog highlighted the absence of law clarifying the status of interns in Ireland.
Maples Group
"Ireland...will become recognised as a place where good ideas can be transformed into excellent businesses and new jobs will be created as international investors and mobile entrepreneurs seek Ireland out as a location of choice. "
Mason Hayes & Curran
While it may not be the first thing that grabs your attention when starting up a new company or business, every start-up should consider intellectual property ("IP") protection at an early stage.
Mason Hayes & Curran
Gartner predicts that by the end of this year over 6.4 billion web-enabled devices will be connected as part of the Internet of Things, an increase of 30% on 2015.
Walkers
The introduction of a "knowledge development box" in Ireland from 1 January 2016 has further enhanced Ireland's intellectual property ("IP") tax regime and bolstered Ireland's reputation...
Mason Hayes & Curran
Deloitte estimates that the FinTech industry has the potential to employ over 10,000 people in Ireland by the year 2020. So it's no surprise that interest in Ireland's FinTech ‘hub' in Dublin is booming.
Mason Hayes & Curran
On 22 October 2015 the Irish Finance Bill was published.
FRKelly
More and more SMEs are now realising the benefits of export-selling, such as increased demand, risk mitigation, rising profitability and access to foreign resources and information.
Cruickshank
Since inception in 1978, the PCT has risen steadily with 152 contracting states now in participation and over 3.23 million applications filed since its beginning.
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