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Various vaccines have been developed to prevent the spread of COVID-19. However, it is taking a significant amount of time to manufacture and distribute these vaccines, particularly to developing nations. As a result, there have been calls for pharmaceutical companies to waive the intellectual property...

After Volkswagen’s opposition against Mr Terence O’Halloran’s trade mark application for “Multibus” was initially upheld by the Hearing Officer, Mr O’Halloran decided to appeal against the decision in a bid to have his trade mark successfully registered. Here, the expert trade mark team at Serjeants...

Now that the UK has formally left the EU as of 1st January, the specialist patent and trade mark attorneys at Serjeants provide an update on how your intellectual property (IP) will be affected. Patents Brexit has no effect on patents. The European Patent Convention is not...

Serjeants LLP is expanding and is looking for an ambitious patent attorney to join our busy team in Leicester. Working alongside our friendly and supportive team of patent and trade mark attorneys to deliver excellent client service to our diverse portfolio of clients, you’ll be contributing...

To reinforce our commitment to protecting our clients, Serjeants has received the Cyber Essentials accreditation to help guard against cyber attack. Cyber Essentials is a Government-backed scheme that helps to protect organisations against a wide range of common cyber attacks. Vulnerability to simple cyber threats can...