News

We will regularly keep these pages updated with all the latest news from across the firm, updated briefings and press releases on topical issues in the Intellectual Property world.

A comprehensive collection of our news releases is set out below, but you can use the tabs to access the specific types of articles.

If you are a journalist and require any further information about the firm please contact info@forresters-ip.com

COVID-19 Update

Please note: Information highlighted in orange text, reflects changes made during the last 7 days.

Forresters is fully operational …

Forresters announced as innovation champion at awards ceremony

We were delighted to be presented with a prestigious innovation award for the work we have done supporting businesses during …

Eight new trainees join Forresters

We are delighted to share that we recently recruited eight trainees as part of our commitment to developing talent and …

The EPO provides further guidance on plausibility – T184/16

Plausibility is frequently debated at the EPO in the context of both sufficiency and inventive step. Typically, the EPO considers …

Winners of the Make It Happen Challenge announced

We were delighted to be one of the sponsors of the Make It Happen Challenge (MIHC), which was a project …

Forresters hosts Black Country Business Festival events

We are taking part in the Black Country Business Festival where our attorneys will be offering complimentary consultations on patents, …

UK Intellectual Property Office (UK IPO) launches ‘IP Access’ fund to support SMEs

The government will pay up to £5,000 to SMEs to help them protect and commercialise their IP.

The IP Access …

Forresters supports the region’s tech industry with a new partnership

We are partnering with Birmingham Tech to support innovative businesses across the region.

We are working with the not-for-profit community …

Kate Selwyn

G4/19 – EPO confirms their position on double patenting

Double patenting, as the name suggests, refers to obtaining two or more patents for the same subject-matter.  Double patenting applies …