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  • The Summer 2020 edition of the IP Review is now available

    Withers & Rogers IP Review The Withers & Rogers IP Review is a regular publication that reports on the significant intellectual property issues that our clients need to be aware of. It is produced in hard copy and electronic formats and features articles that cover a broad range of sector and industry developments across patents, […]

  • Is it now harder to obtain an interim injunction in the UK?

    21 July 2020

    The UK Court of Appeal has recently upheld a judgement of the UK High Court (see here), refusing an application for a preliminary injunction (see here). The case concerns two anti-insomnia drugs, Circadin and Slenyto, marketed by the claimants Neurim Pharmaceuticals and their licensee Flynn Pharma, respectively. The claimants sought interim injunctive relief to restrain […]

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  • Neurim No More

    13 July 2020

    CJEU reverses Neurim and rejects possibility of SPCs for new therapeutic applications of previously authorised products On 9 July 2020, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) handed down its decision in Santen SAS v Directeur général de l’Institut national de la propriété industrielle (C-673/18), concluding that it is not possible to obtain […]

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