Filmed specially for you, our student vodcast series covers soft skills and wellbeing topics to help you now and in the future. We have sourced experts who in 20 minutes share their essential insight with you.
Meetings with existing clients and to win new business will be an important part of your daily working life. Feel confident and learn what to say and how to follow-up with business development expert Bernard Savage from Size 10½ Boots.
How do you move on up in a career in IP? How quickly should you expect to progress? What should you be doing to help you achieve your goals? We asked IP recruiter Pete Fellows to answer these questions.
We know juggling your study with training on the job can be intensive. We asked Ann Charlton from legal wellbeing charity LawCare to give you some pointers on how to look out for the mental wellbeing of yourself and those around you.
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Read insight written with you and all our student members in mind.
Mark Caddle, now a partner at Withers & Rogers, shares his time as a trainee and what his advice would be to his younger self.
It’s not easy balancing study, exams, work and your personal life. We get the low-down on how student representative Eve Brown manages it all.
What did a group of newly qualified attorneys learn from going behind the scenes in Newport?
Eve Brown of Marks & Clerk was recently selected as the student representative on CITMA's Council
Can you move jobs after only a short time in training as a trade mark attorney? Pete Fellows says ‘yes’ but then adds a whole lot of caveats and advice. It’s never simple is it?
Expand your knowledge of key IP cases with insight from peers across the profession. You can also dip into our archive to find cases from the past few years.
The courts are bound to take in the bigger picture, writes Beverley Potts.  EWCA Civ 425, UK Gymnastics Ltd, UK Gymnastics Affiliation Ltd & Christopher Adams v British Amateur Gymnastics Association, Court of Appeal, 24th March 2021.
The latest appeal related to Halloumi has amounted to nothing, Ellie Wilson reports. T-282/19, Foundation for the Protection of the Traditional Cheese of Cyprus named Halloumi v EUIPO, General Court, 24th March 2021
For Peter Collie, this case is an interesting illustration of conceptual meaning’s role in finding indirect confusion. O/097/21, BULL (Opposition), UK IPO, 9th February 2021.
Charlotte Wilding highlights the danger of relying solely on dictum. B 3 017 194, Lululemon Athletica Canada Inc. v Shenzhen Jia Li Fu Kang Logistics Co. Ltd, EUIPO, 23rd March 2021.
Our events will provide you with additional insight into key IP topics. We record our events so you can watch them on-demand.
Andrew Clemson shared his key tips for handling effective domain name disputes.
In this Paralegal webinar we highlighted the significance of license recordals to your role as a paralegal and best practice for recording them at the UK IPO and WIPO.
Graham McCartney, co-founder of the charity Jonathan’s Voice, provided information and practical ideas on how leaders can put measures in place to ensure that workplaces are mentally healthy.
Douglas Roberts talked us through the key moments when you should seek further input from a solicitor regarding non-IP aspects of the law.
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