The UK IPO has asserted their commitment to deliver all trade mark examinations within 10 days, reach net zero and establish themselves as the best IP office in the world.
Following our fundraising success at last year’s London Legal Walk, the CITMA team will be taking on the 10k challenge once again this June.
CITMA members have raised £438 for intellectual property mental health charity Jonathan’s Voice simply by completing our membership survey.
LawCare is increasing its online chat provision to four days per week to better support legal professionals.
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.
Five months on from the end of the Brexit transition period we wanted to tie up some of the loose ends and provide as much clarity as possible on some of the technical points we have been raising with the UK IPO on your behalf.
For Kathy Wright, Chartered Trade Mark Attorney since 2014, overcoming the challenges of single parenthood was key to allowing her career to thrive.
New trade mark legislation has helped combat bad faith trade mark applications in China but it’s still important to file as early as possible, Jamie Rowlands told our Spring Conference.
At our Spring Conference, Emma Himsworth QC lay out the close relationship between strong mentoring and networking opportunities, and preserving the diversity of the trade mark and IP community.
Continue to keep Brexit at the back of your mind and double check data – we share some of the top tips from our recent webinar.
Denise McFarland explains why it is time to give a lesser‑known form of dispute resolution its due
Robert Reading has dissected last year’s UK filing numbers and delivers his trend highlights
NFTs are the talk of the town. But how do they intersect with IP strategy? Our authors explain
Bernard Savage shows us how to keep visibility high in hybrid times
Charlie Bond reports on why a mark didn’t sufficiently stand out
A big reputation paid off, says Gavin Stenton
Theresa Castle lays bare the facts in a dispute between two healthcare marks
Post‑Brexit complexity means continuing to tread carefully, suggests Tania Clark