Private Practice

Commercial IP/IT 3+ Oxford

Commercial IP/IT 3+ Oxford

  • Commercial IP/IT Associate 3+ PQE - Oxford
  • Penningtons Manches' leading IP team specialises in all aspects of intellectual property law
  • The team combines specialists with contentious and non-contentious experience
  • Excellent academics and experience in a well-regarded life sciences team are a must
  • Excellent training and career development in a supportive and collegiate environment.

Penningtons Manches Cooper LLP

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Green light for Chinese manufacturer’s scooter design as EU court dismisses Vespa infringement claims

In a judgment handed down on 24 September 2019, the General Court of the European Union has ruled that intellectual property rights in the iconic

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Philosophical beliefs: know your onions

'Philosophical belief' is one of the protected characteristics under the Equality Act 2010. There has inevitably been much discussion and some case

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Executing a successful bolt-on or buy-and-build strategy across Europe

Europe continues to present many opportunities for US investors looking to tap into the technological innovations, market opportunities and talent

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One year on: NHS Resolution reveals findings of the Early Notification Scheme

NHS Resolution has reported following the first year of its Early Notification Scheme, which was designed to drive improvements in maternity and

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Women suffer inequality in cardiac care

Women are twice as likely to die from coronary heart disease leading to a heart attack than they are from breast cancer. Yet while this is a leading

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Whyte Bikes v Rich Energy - lessons from the Haas F1 Team sponsor’s copyright dispute

On 14 May 2019, Judge Melissa Clarke handed down her judgment in a copyright dispute between ATB Sales Limited (trading as Whyte Bikes) and Rich

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Fashion, luxury and lifestyle news aggregator - September 2019

With London Fashion Week having drawn to a close, the presence of environmental activist group Extinction Rebellion, which has called on the British

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Judging 'long-term' disability

For disability to be a protected characteristic under the Equality Act 2010 it must have a substantial and long-term effect. The Equality Act provides

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Digital continuity - protecting your online assets without hiding the key

As we move more aspects of our lives and life administration online, the question of how to deal with this after death becomes increasingly complex

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Selecting mediators in United Kingdom

A quick overview of legal and practical considerations for selecting mediators in United Kingdom, including accreditation, appointment procedures, fees and conflicts of interest.

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Mediation procedure in United Kingdom

An overview of mediation procedure in United Kingdom, including governing rules, the effect on limitation periods for claims and confidentiality of proceedings.

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Mediation in United Kingdom

A structured guide to mediation law and practice in United Kingdom, including statutory definitions, commonly used mediation models, procedures and settlement agreements.

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Legacy Update - September 2019

One of the many interesting aspects to practising in the legacy sphere of charities law is the obscure legal doctrines and rules that occasionally

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When is a disclosure a 'protected disclosure'?

Rise Community Action, a small charity, employed Ms Okwu as a domestic violence and female genital mutilation specialist worker. After three months'

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Pensions auto-enrolment: third anniversary banana skin

You may recall that the auto-enrolment regime for workplace pensions includes a requirement for employers to re-enrol eligible employees who have

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Automated vehicles: driving intelligence

In 2016, there were 181,384 road accident casualties reported in the UK with nearly half of fatal accident victims being car occupants. The Royal

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What does ‘Brexit’ mean for the protection of our environment?

As society's concerns mount over the trends in and consequences of climate change, we explore the potential impact of Brexit on the future of UK

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Happy (term time only) holidays!

The practice of paying part-time workers a pro rata equivalent of full-time pay is widely established. However, the Court of Appeal has held in the

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Causation in clinical negligence - does the Pomphrey case change or restate the law?

Earlier this summer judgment was handed down in the case of Pomphrey v Secretary of State for Health and Anor 2019 4 WLUK 483. On the face of it

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Structures and Building Allowance: what it means for property owners

The Capital Allowances (Structures and Buildings Allowances) Regulations 2019 were made on 4 July 2019 and they introduce a new form of capital

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