Sheila Lesley OBE, our first woman President, has passed away following a short illness. Colleagues at Forresters have shared her obituary and tributes from those who worked with her.
We are saddened to learn that Sheila Leslie OBE, our first female President, has passed away following a short illness.
WIPO’s Madrid System has recorded its 1.5 millionth international trade mark registration and signals an “important milestone”.
One hundred EU geographical indications (GIs) will be protected in China, following a reciprocal agreement which will see 100 Chinese GIs protected in the EU.
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.
We have published a quick reference guide to registered and unregistered EU designs post-Brexit.
Could this be an encouragement to keep arguments simple? In Metropolitan Spain v TfL, the Opposition Division exercised its entitlement to focus only on the most effective rights and grounds.
Ruling confirms that the ground for refusal may apply even when a graphic representation does not display all the characteristics that allow the goods to perform their function.
There may be good news for hashtags when it comes to proving genuine use of a trade mark.
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