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.co.uk

Winchester PPP goes virtual

Organisers of the Winchester PPP are preparing to launch their first virtual event, with participants racing to raise vital funds …

Forresters celebrates women in engineering with Ruth Amos

We are delighted to mark International Women in Engineering Day with the help of inspirational inventor Ruth Amos.

International Women …

Forresters included in Europe’s Leading Patent Law Firms 2020 by FT

We are delighted to be recognised as one of “Europe’s Leading Patent Law Firms” for 2020, in the prestigious Financial …

Janette Hamer

BIG MAC EU Trademark Revoked for Nonuse

In January 2019, the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) upheld a revocation action[i] brought by Supermac’s (Holdings) Ltd …

Forresters Equality & Diversity Statement

Recent events have shone a brighter light than usual on issues of inequality in society.

Forresters is against all forms …

Henry speaks to students about biodiversity

We were delighted to hear that last year’s winner of the Forresters Award returned to the University of Chester to …

Charlotte Teall

A word of warning to seek expert advice when paying renewal fees for UK Supplementary Protection Certificates (SPCs)

SPCs are a form of patent term extension in Europe that can provide up to 5 additional years of patent …

Charlotte Teall

Supplementary Protection Certificates

Introduction

Supplementary Protection Certificates (SPCs) exist to compensate patentees in Europe for the long time it can take to get …

Charlotte Sunderland

EPO does a U-turn on plants produced by “Essentially biological processes”

The Enlarged Board of Appeal, the highest judicial authority at the European Patent Office (EPO), has controversially reversed its earlier …