The latest news from CITMA and around the world of intellectual property.
The Intellectual Property Regulation Board (IPReg) has published new guidance on price and service transparency for regulated intellectual property firms and attorneys.
Brazil is on-course to join the system for registration of international trade marks in autumn 2019 after it passed in the Brazilian Senate.
The EUIPO has published an updated official communication from EUIPO Executive Director Christian Archambeau on Brexit.
On 10th April the EU confirmed that it had granted the UK a further extension to the Brexit process until 31st October 2019.
CITMA Paralegal Rebecca McBride scooped the ‘Best Trade Mark Paralegal’ award at the recent National Paralegal Awards.
Hindles was crowned as the CITMA Scottish quiz champions at our annual competition in Edinburgh.
The numbering for equivalent UK registrations of Registered Community Designs and international registrations post-Brexit has been announced.
Corsearch gave us a glimpse into the future of trade mark registration, including the role of artificial intelligence (AI).