The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has delivered its judgement in the latest instalment of what has become known as the “chocolate wars” between Nestlé and Cadbury over intellectual property rights.
Many counterfeiters are being drawn to online shopping sites such as eBay and Etsy to sell their fake goods. Here is what you can do if your brand is being abused.
The president of Mexico is on a state visit to the UK this week to build up trade and export links between the two nations.
Leading academics have proposed that an “open-ended clause” be added to EU trademark law. This would grant courts the freedom to create new defences against trademark infringement on a case-by-case basis.
Tesco has tried to trademark the blue dashes in its logo without much success.
Paralegal Luke Moulton walks us through the the trademarking process.
If you don’t know your trade mark from your registration, then your most valuable company asset could be at risk. Louisa Dixon, solicitor at Taylor Vinters, provides some insight.
Dynamic use of logos and other aspects of corporate ID may be diluting brand owners’ trade mark rights and increasing the likelihood of infringement.
The legal side of intellectual property rights can be quite difficult to grasp, but if you know enough about them they will allow your business to protect its ideas, inventions and creations from being stolen or copied.
China, the "workshop of the world", can make or lose you a lot of money. Here's why you absolutely need to register your trade mark in China now.