Andrea Brewster introduces a new mentoring scheme for would-be recruits.
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to a likelihood of confusion analysis, says Désirée Fields.
Charlotte Duly reflects on her progress as a woman in IP.
Our authors consider the implications of 2021’s key Sky v SkyKick decision, which has given renewed importance to applicants’ intentions.
Emily Roberts explains what it takes to make sure your IP enforcement strategy remains legally robust and commercially viable.
Keith Havelock looks back at how trade mark and patent rights came to be the responsibility of the same office.
For Cherrie Stewart, a recent mock mediation webinar moved the needle.
A distinctive verbal element showed its strength, reports David Birchall.
Victoria Leach cautions against being economical with EU evidence post-Brexit.
Laura Robyn explains why Skullcandy’s arguments spoke loudest.
Francesco Simone explores a case that stretches an established principle.
A flavourful addition didn’t add up for the Court, writes Felicity Hide.
The sound of these marks had significance, says Amelia Skelding.