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Reddie & Grose May 8
reports on the stellar performance of the , analysing trade mark filings in the UK and results of WTR benchmarking, finding the UKIPO offering the highest quality examinations and decisions
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AAT Automotive Jul 25
The have today issued guidance to help individuals and businesses identify, and avoid, counterfeit vehicle parts which are a growing (and dangerous) problem for the automotive and motorsport industry.
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Megha Ashok Gawde Jun 17
Financial Times wins second trademark round at UKIPO. The UK Intellectual Property Office has dismissed an appeal made by a business owner and upheld a trademark opposition by the Financial Times newspaper.
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Alchemie IP Jun 4
A collection of useful and informative presentations from the
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World IP Review Oct 25
Procter & Gamble fails in Olay v Solav opposition. US-based consumer goods corporation , parent company of skincare brand , has failed to successfully oppose a application covering cream.
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Pekama Apr 3
Breaking news: will NOT completely waive government fees. Free government only happens on April Fool's day...
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kuiash.com 🐐🏜🎢 Dec 1
In my line of work has got me thinking about , and . Let's hope we get some kinda deal pretty soon. Could take a while to unravel all this stuff.
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Barker Brettell LLP Jul 31
Confirmation by the that all Registered Design Rights & Unregistered Community Designs will continue to be protected by the creation of comparable UK rights automatically & free-of-charge:
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Tim Cadman May 24
Pawsecco may be a clever name but it is just too similar to Prosecco to register as a trade mark
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Creative Barcode Jan 11
Retweeted A.A. Thornton & Co. (): Claims fees in the UK? announce changes to fees and also...
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Dr. Roy Schestowitz (罗伊) Oct 5
"UKIPO to explore increased efficiency with AI" Or, in other words, rides a hype wave, will consider using some old algos for automation...
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AA Thornton Jan 11
Claims fees in the UK? announce changes to fees and also some new ones. They come into effect on 6 April 2018.
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Boult Wade Tennant LLP Aug 14
What do you do if you suspect someone of infringing your IP rights? Hugh Thompson takes a look at the Intellectual Property Office’s useful guide on IP crime:
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Fox Williams LLP Feb 26
Do you know enough about design laws post-? Simon Bennett interviews Stephen Rowan from at the Power of Design conference, London, today at 4.30pm
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TrademarkNow Nov 2
rejected claims that trademark applications for ‘at pizza‘ and a stylised ‘@’ symbol lack distinctiveness, delivering victory to a company called At Pizza: by
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Kilburn & Strode LLP Jul 18
We were delighted to host some patent and trade mark examiners from the UKIPO at our offices. It was a great opportunity to share our experiences and work collaboratively with them.
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Azrights Dec 29
Recent statistics from the UK () suggest that due to , owners are more likely to go with the to protect their . blog gives you the lowdown on the topic.
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Estudio Caldera Jul 5
Young consumers turning away from online streaming says Online infringement levels have gone down by seven percent for 16 to 24-year-olds according to a report from the UK Intellectual Property Office
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UDL Nov 22
announces Government to work with to "overcome barriers to high growth, intellectual property-rich firms, such as those in creative and digital sector, using their IP to access growth funding".
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Dehns Sep 12
Dolce & Gabbana recently succeeded in a trade mark opposition before the UK Intellectual Property Office (UK IPO), against a company interested in paper clothing:
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