On the 18th of October, CITMA took part in a 10km walk across London to raise money for the London Legal Support Trust.
How to break a deadlock in a mediation and the key tools to reach a settlement – were important take aways from the concluding day of our Autumn Conference
Our speakers covered a wide range of topics, including the roles of innovation and reputation, at the first day of our Autumn Conference.
A new network supporting those in non-traditional families with practical advice and the opportunity to share experiences has been launched by IP Inclusive.
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.
The UK IPO has announced that it is extending its bulk change of address service until 30th September 2021.
Litigation can be a lengthy and costly way to tackle intellectual property disputes, but it is not the only way for opposing parties to resolve their differences.
Whether you are protecting a famous caterpillar-shaped cake from imitators or defending a family firm’s trade marks against a multinational brand, litigation attracts a much broader audience beyond those directly involved.
What does the legacy of Black history mean for you? Our panel shared their experiences and views.
“If you are interested in the judiciary in any capacity, becoming an Appointed Person is a uniquely good first step.”
Our magazine gives you features and case comments that will help you enhance your knowledge.
Read the September/October issue of CITMA Review online.
Charlotte Wilding explains the basis of a partial success for Infineon.
Katharina Barker raises some interesting questions about future defensibility.
Read the July/August issue of CITMA Review online.
The BoA was fully entitled to its decision on confusion, reports Eleni Mezulanik.
For one polo club, a successful defence proved fairly simple, says Simon Miles.
The courts are bound to take in the bigger picture, writes Beverley Potts.  EWCA Civ 425, UK Gymnastics Ltd, UK Gymnastics Affiliation Ltd & Christopher Adams v British Amateur Gymnastics Association, Court of Appeal, 24th March 2021.
The latest appeal related to Halloumi has amounted to nothing, Ellie Wilson reports. T-282/19, Foundation for the Protection of the Traditional Cheese of Cyprus named Halloumi v EUIPO, General Court, 24th March 2021