Kate Hilton-Balfe offers some clear ideas on how to build environmental action into your professional advice
Triona Desmond shares her experience of being a Stonewall Educational Role Model and her thoughts on what the world learns from public events like Pride.
Intangible assets and intellectual property are claiming the crown in the retail sector, says Esther Jolley.
Martin Chinnery provides guidance for those hoping to use the Madrid Protocol in Africa.
David Holdsworth outlines the Office’s five-year transformation programme.
It’s hard to believe it has been a decade since we made some significant changes to the Review, to make it even more relevant and useful to our members.
Keeping our distance didn’t mean we couldn’t bring our members together for two memorable days of discussion.
Paul McKay explains the value of celebrating underrepresented communities.
Amelia Skelding describes a decision in which a figurative element was a deciding factor. T‑349/19, Decathlon v EUIPO, General Court, 15th October 2020.
Sophie Soeting considers why a familiar red mark was refused registration. O/587/20, TEFAL (Device Mark), UK IPO, 23rd November 2020.
Duncan Balloch reports on how the boundaries became blurred for competing fire-protection businesses.  EWHC 11 (IPEC), Cormeton Fire Protection Ltd v Cormeton Electronics Ltd & Another, IPEC, 18th January 2021.
But comparison ain’t one for Ace of Spades, Jon Banford reports. 0T-620/19, Ace of Spades Holdings LLC v EUIPO, Gerhard Ernst Krupp & Elmar Borrmann, General Court, 9th December 2020.
Dale Carter reviews a decision that simply reinforced familiar principles. R 620/2020-2, Natür Food Ventures GmbH v Premier Nutrition Company LLC, EUIPO, 18th January 2021.
Once again, a David gains a victory, writes Henry Schlaefli.  EWCA Civ 1726, Bentley Motors Ltd v Bentley 1962 Ltd & Others, High Court, 16th December 2020.
Khemi Salhan explains why a slogan was seen as more than the sum of its words. T-253/20, Oatly AB v EUIPO, General Court, 20th January 2021.