The latest news from CITMA and around the world of intellectual property.
George Freeman MP has been appointed as the new Minister for Intellectual Property (IP) following the recent government reshuffle.
In response to social media and shifting societal values, predicting changes in how a trade mark will be perceived has become an invaluable skill.
Given the ongoing trend of legalisation for cannabis and cannabis-derived products observed in the EU in recent years, it is only logical that many are beginning to invest in the market as a serious profit opportunity.
Congratulations to the 110 candidates who successfully passed the 2020/2021 CITMA Paralegal Course exam.
Having had its Higher Rights Advocacy Certificate course accredited, Nottingham Law School (NLS) is ready to accept expressions of interest from any attorneys holding the Higher Court Litigation Certificate.
The government will pay up to £5,000 to help SMEs protect and commercialise their IP as part of a new strategy to support a post-pandemic recovery.
We are delighted to join this year’s London Legal Walk, raising money for the London Legal Support Trust.
Earlier UK filing dates for some 70,000 trade marks are still eligible to claimed with the deadline just six weeks away.