Authors

Matthew Royle, Ph.D.

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Verena Bertram

Salary partner

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Paul England, DPhil

Senior professional support lawyer

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Bram Nijhof

Counsel

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Tasmina Goraya, PhD

Partner

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Authors

Matthew Royle, Ph.D.

Partner

Read More

Verena Bertram

Salary partner

Read More

Paul England, DPhil

Senior professional support lawyer

Read More

Bram Nijhof

Counsel

Read More

Tasmina Goraya, PhD

Partner

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14 August 2018

Synapse - law for life sciences - August 2018

This month on Synapse

Ruling of the CJEU on Truvada SPC protection puts emphasis on skilled person's view

Matthew Royle, Verena Bertram and Paul England discuss the latest ruling of the CJEU on the difficult issue of the degree to which a product must be specified in the underlying patent for the purpose of SPC protection.

Topical issues

Dutch competition authority ACM starts sector inquiry into anti-rheumatism drugs

Bram Nijhof explains the recent Dutch Authority for Consumer and Market decision to launch a sector inquiry into TNF inhibitors used for rheumatism.

Update on surgical meshes

Tasmina Goraya reports on the UK Government's announced that it has paused the use of vaginally inserted meshes for certain purposes.

Using restrictive covenants to keep confidential information safe

This article discusses the issue of preventing third party access to confidential information through the use of restrictive covenants.

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