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All Kinds of Pharma Products Big and Small - Protecting Us All

The Pharmaceutical industry has undoubtedly changed our world for the better. Pharma industry research and development (R&D) has saved millions of lives and increased the life expectancy of us all. It is difficult to articulately set out the incredible difference modern medicines…

5 Pharmaceutical Trends in 2020

The global pharmaceutical industry is responsible for the research, development, production and marketing of medicines. Today the pharma industry is booming. As of 2018 the total global pharmaceutical market was valued at about 1.2 trillion U.S. dollars and has seen an exponentia…

Access to Medical Cannabis Creates Trademark Application Surge

In August 2019, Emma Matthews wrote a beautiful yet painful story of her battle to obtain cannabidiol in the UK for her 12-year-old son, Louis, who suffers from seizures. Ms. Matthews and her son have relocated to the Netherlands because, without medical cannabis, Louis has zero …

Legal Tech & The Pharmaceutical Trademark Clearance Challenge

Not all trademarks are created equally and this is particularly true in the case of pharmaceutical trademarks. While all potential trademarks face similar challenges in development and registration, there are some unique issues facing those developing new brands in the Pharma ind…

Pharmaceutical Trademarks At PTMG Autumn Conference - Berlin 2019

Did you know that in 2018 worldwide revenue in the Pharma industry exceeded $1.1 trillion? With this kind of prolific activity the screening and clearance of Pharma trademarks and brand protection demands strong and efficient team work. Our Pharma clients rely on a fast, intuitiv…

Latest Trademark Trends In The Pharmaceutical Industry

The drums of economic doom have been soundly beating throughout 2019. The consensus is a global recession in 2020 is now a serious prospect due to the US/China trade war, Brexit, currency gyrations, and slow growth across most nations.

Developing A Successful Anti-Generic Strategy Through Trademarks

“Discovering, developing, and testing a new medicine has rightly been described as the riskiest research process in the world…. One harsh reality: about half of all new drug candidates fail in the late stages of clinical trials after the bulk of research and development costs hav…

The Anatomy of Pharmaceutical Trademarks in Current Markets

In many regions, relevant trademark regulations apply to the creation, application, registration and use of all trademarks irrespective of their specific industry. In relation to pharmaceutical trademarks, this can pose something of an issue, given the additional demands and regu…

The Human Problem Of Pharmaceutical Counterfeits

In the IP world, the issue of counterfeits is a huge one. It is perhaps not hyperbolic to view it as an epidemic for which, somewhat ironically, we do not have an effective vaccine. Across the world and in almost every B-2-C industry, businesses, representative bodies and governm…