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Liverpool scores own goal attempting to register a trade mark.
What do the brands and trade marks belonging to this year’s The Apprentice finalists tell us?
Starting the year with a strategy for protecting your intellectual property (IP) can make a big difference.
Earlier this autumn, the General Court of the European Union, confirmed the invalidity of the Rubik’s Cube trade mark because it consists of a functional shape.
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Read analysis from recent trade mark cases.
Gold bottle battle makes EUIPO position on trade mark colour clear.
The Intellectual Property Act 2014 removed “aspects” from the definition of a UK unregistered design right. Cue confusion.
Bonita Trimmer notes this CJEU clarification on jurisdiction. C-172/18, AMS Neve v Heritage Audio, CJEU, 5th September 2019.
Caroline Phillips points out why the Fast Track is not always the best route. O/473/19, NO GUNK NO JUNK (Opposition), UK IPO, 13th August 2019.
Read the latest updates on what the UK's withdrawal from the European Union means for intellectual property.
What is now likely to happen to registered EU Trade Marks and Registered Community Designs, and rights of representation for UK professional representatives before the EUIPO?
WIPO has published information about how users rights would be preserved – and how to safeguard those rights – in a no deal scenario.
The UK Government has published new guidance on trade marks if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.
Following the announcement that Boris Johnson will be the new Prime Minister we have issued the following statement.