IP protection to support sustainable commercial development of microbiome-targeting applications. Discovering the influence of microorganisms on health, disease and wellbeing.
Microbiome targeting technology is a rapidly emerging, complex sector which improves human, animal, and crop health and well-being. Having actively advised on a full-range of IP matters involving manipulation and analysis of microbiomes for almost two decades, HGF has one of the most experienced teams in this area throughout Europe.
Specialising in therapeutic, diagnostic, nutraceutical, cosmetic and agricultural application, as well as related bioinformatics-powered innovations, the team is well versed in the challenges and opportunities for protecting and commercialising the whole spectrum of microbiome-related inventions, and assists the full range of microbiome-focused companies in developing robust IP strategies, including IP protection, freedom to operate, licensing, European patent opposition and litigation strategies.
Pharmaceutical and biotechnology patent applications also make top 10 most patented. Recent statistics published by the EPO show that a total of 14,295 European patent applications were filed in 2020 …Read article
How to streamline the trade mark selection process by conducting effective, in-house ‘dirty searches’. Selecting the right trade mark for your new healthcare product is a critically important task. Consumers …Read article
The 2021 EPO Guidelines provide much needed guidance on how to protect antibodies in Europe. Biological drugs including therapeutic antibodies have become increasingly important to the pharmaceutical industry. The European …Read article
Opportunities for additional pharmaceutical product patent protection in Europe, based on the use of a drug to treat a patient exhibiting a biomarker indicative of drug response. Recent years have …Read article
Exploring the growth of patents for connected medical devices, and how best to protect them. The Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to change our lives by creating a connected …Read article
To waive, or not to waive, that is the question. The earliest identified date of a patient presenting with symptoms of a “novel coronavirus” in Wuhan, China is reported to …Read article
World Intellectual Property Day is on 26th April. This year’s theme is IP & SME’s: Taking your ideas to market. World IP day 2021 shines a light on the critical role of …Event details
‘IP & data protection for alternative proteins: how to protect your products in the EU’ webinar will be held on Tuesday 18th May. Join this webinar by BGP, HGF & …Event details