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For small businesses, it can be easy to overlook the potential value of intellectual property. We solve some common misconceptions.
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Read analysis from recent trade mark cases.
Facebook’s solid reputation swung the decision, writes Kasongo Swana
Showing the same letters in the same sequence does not lead straight to visual similarity, warns Sarah Husslein
Abdulmalik Lawal reports on a decision in favour of Huawei which took a strict stance on similarity
The arguments around use of an angelic mark are summarised by Briffa
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The government needs more time to explore the UK’s future exhaustion of intellectual property (IP) regime meaning there will be no imminent change, it has announced.
A report assessing the eight bodies responsible for regulation within the legal industry, including IPReg, has been published by the Legal Services Board (LSB).
The United Arab Emirates has become a signatory of the Madrid Protocol, the 109th state to join.
The Intellectual Property Regulation Board (IPReg) has invited responses to a consultation on its regulatory arrangements.