A case in point - Trunki vs Kiddee
07 Aug 2019
Rob Law, the founder and chief executive of Magmatic who make the Trunki product, said that the Supreme Court’s ruling in Magmatic v. PMS International.
Three-stripes and you’re out: Adidas lose trade mark battle
21 Jun 2019
Adidas’ famed three-stripe logo has been deemed as lacking “distinctive character”. The General Court of the European Union (EGC) upheld the decision.
Numbering system for re-registered design rights and comparable trade marks
21 Mar 2019
The UK enacted the EU Withdrawal Act 2018 which provides the basis for how EU law will be converted into national law, and provides that all existing.
Building an IP portfolio: Nine tips for success
15 Feb 2019
Companies need to think carefully about how they protect, manage and leverage the various intellectual property (IP) assets across their business..
Brexit: draft withdrawal agreement rejected
16 Jan 2019
Despite the continued uncertainty caused by the rejection of the draft withdrawal agreement by the UK Parliament on the evening of 15 January 2019,.
The importance of Innovation Hubs in the UK's North West Region
02 Dec 2018
Life science ‘start-ups’, ‘spin-outs’ and SMEs are some of the most innovative businesses and are often based upon truly great technology and ideas..
Brexit: what does the draft withdrawal agreement mean for IP?
15 Nov 2018
A further step towards a withdrawal agreement between the UK and EU27 occurred on 14 November 2018 with the publication of the fully negotiated version.
Patenting board games and puzzles
19 Oct 2018
Quite a lot of people think of new games and puzzles, and wonder whether patenting would help them to make money. Generally speaking, it is very.
Navigating the Brexit landscape: designs
27 Sep 2018
Our consistent advice, which we still consider to be the best course of action, is that in order to protect design in the EU, it remains appropriate to.
ECJ provides clarity on the application of Article 8(1) of the Community Design Regulation
26 Apr 2018
Europe’s highest court, the European Court of Justice (ECJ), recently handed down a decision in case C-395/16 on the application of Article 8(1) of the