A surge of innovations are predicted as the world adapts to new working habits
Law firms have seen a rush of patent inquiries as bored Britons use their spare time in lockdown to come up with new inventions.
A surge of innovations in the technology and scientific sectors are predicted in the months ahead as the world adjusts to new working habits.
Three law firms told the Daily Telegraph that April was one of the busiest months in the sector in recent years.
“I think one of the main reasons is that people are sitting at home bored and are actually putting more effort into things they should have got on with in the previous six months to a year,” said Chris Hamer, a partner at Mathys & Squire LLP.
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