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The EUIPO has launched a new mediation centre for alternative dispute resolution (ADR).
Our London Christmas Lunch brought together more than 650 of our members and friends - see our pick of the photos.
The CITMA awards are our chance to celebrate the top trade mark students in the country. We are delighted to announce the 2023 winners.
Ahead of the upcoming changes to address for service rules for comparable trade marks and re-registered designs, the UK IPO has published updated guidance on the requirements.
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.
Earlier UK filing dates for some 70,000 trade marks are still eligible to claimed with the deadline just six weeks away.
Just ten weeks remain until the filing deadline for UK priority applications based on rights that were pending at the EUIPO on 1st January 2021.
All employers have the ability to work towards creating mentally healthy workplaces.
The new tools gather, analyse, compare, and deliver insights from more than 140 million trade mark records and more than 6.2 million trade mark office and court decisions. This feature contains sponsored content.
Many of us will have moments of feeling uncomfortable in our workplaces but when this feeling pervades every thought it can develop into something more severe.
As the trade mark world evolves, practioners continue to ask: what can be protected?
In association with Dennemeyer IP Consulting
Kate O’Rourke celebrates the relaunch of a vital tool in the fight for equal access to IP justice
Ashwin Julka brings us up-to-date on the evergreen trend for nostalgia branding
Redvers Cunningham of PAMIA provides his pointers for avoiding issues over professional advice
Horse and rider motifs yet again reared their heads in court, writes Lucy Singer
Stephanie Taylor shares why a heart-shaped motif was not found to be novel
Henry Schlaefli stresses the risks of submitting arguments that could damage your own case
A US court has ruled autonomous AI output is not protected under copyright law, reports Erika Coccia