Founded in 1934, chartered in 2016, The Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys (CITMA) is a professional membership organisation with the power to shape law and practice - nationally and internationally. Find out more
Find out how a Chartered Trade Mark Attorney will help you to navigate intellectual property law.
Read fascinating and entertaining insight into intellectual property.
Legal and reputational risks associated with enforcing trade mark rights have been a hot topic of conversation these last few years.
In many ways, so-called "non-fungible tokens" or "NFTs" are currently the talk of the town.
With the Royal reputation known worldwide, we explore the relationship between the Royal Family and trade marks.
You could be checking intellectual property on a superstar’s tattoos one day, and pursuing criminal counterfeiters the next – the role of a Chartered Trade Mark Attorney is varied and fascinating.
Earn CPD and network with the IP profession at our events.
Read analysis from recent trade mark cases.
Sarah Jeffery reports on why Funko was successful this time round.
Joseph Letang warns against claiming rights in descriptive terms.
This case reiterates fundamental issues of infringement, says John Coldham.
Emilia Petrossian sets out why this Appellant failed to make a dent in the existing decision
Read the latest news and features.
New UK IPO statistics show a 19% fall in the number of trade mark applications made during the first half of 2022 compared to 2021, but international applications designating the UK are on the rise.
Adam Williams will step up to serve as interim Chief Executive of the UK IPO, following Tim Moss’ departure from the role.
Congratulations to the 85 candidates who successfully passed the 2021/ 2022 CITMA Paralegal Course exam.
We have been shortlisted for two prestigious membership sector awards – for our Introduction to Trade Mark Administration and Formalities Course and our recent Spring Conference.