The latest news from CITMA and around the world of intellectual property. 

A tool in the box for trade mark attorneys

“It’s not common to see trade mark attorneys in front of the High Court” says Ian Bartlett, “but there’s no reason they shouldn’t”.

21st Oct 2019 | News

Diversity is everyone's responsibility

Diversity is “no longer a simple ‘tick box’ exercise” and it impacts your bottom line, as Susi Fish and Emma Dennis told delegates at our Autumn Conference.

21st Oct 2019 | News

Legal mental health charity LawCare launches champions scheme

Legal mental health charity LawCare has launched a new advocacy scheme ‘LawCare Champions’ to coincide with World Mental Health Day. 

10th Oct 2019 | News

Use your experience in intellectual property to become a judge

The Judicial Appointments Commission is recruiting two Appointed Persons, for trade marks and designs.

20th Sep 2019 | News

New no-deal Brexit guidance on trade marks

The UK Government has published new guidance on trade marks if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.

20th Sep 2019 | News

Survey shows importance of mental wellbeing in IP professions

IP Inclusive has published a new survey, which demonstrates that more needs to be done on mental wellbeing in the IP legal professions.

18th Sep 2019 | News

Skidmore returns as IP Minister

Chris Skidmore MP has returned to the Minister for Intellectual Property role, just over a month after moving government department.

16th Sep 2019 | News

Minister for IP Jo Johnson resigns

Minister for Intellectual Property Jo Johnson MP has resigned his post just weeks after taking on the role for a second time.

9th Sep 2019 | News
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