Coronavirus: IP offices in Europe – changed practice

11 November 2020
As a response to the new coronavirus disease (Covid-19) outbreak, intellectual property offices in Europe have implemented special measures to…
Coronavirus: IP offices in Europe – changed practice

Remote hearings in the UK courts – is this the virtual road ahead?

01 October 2020
Over a few short weeks during March and April 2020, the English court system was forced to reform and modernise…
Jake Hayes
Jake Hayes
Senior Associate, Solicitor
Remote hearings in the UK courts – is this the virtual road ahead?

WIPO PROOF: a new tool to safeguard your IP

17 July 2020
On 27 May 2020 the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) launched a new digital notarisation tool which allows users to…
Yvonne Stone Stefanie Koroll
Yvonne Stone & Stefanie Koroll
Associate, Rechtsanwältin, Trade Mark and Design Specialist
WIPO PROOF: a new tool to safeguard your IP

Copyright in functional shapes: a ride in the right direction?

09 July 2020
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) handed down its decision in the much-anticipated Brompton Bicycle case, confirming…
Alice Berkeley
Alice Berkeley
Associate, Solicitor
Copyright in functional shapes: a ride in the right direction?

On the trail of confidential information

24 April 2020
In a recent decision HHJ Hacon has considered the interplay between the equitable duty of confidence under English law and…
Anna Reid Agnieszka Stephenson
Anna Reid & Agnieszka Stephenson
Partner, Solicitor, Legal Assistant
On the trail of confidential information

Execution of documents remotely and electronic signatures

22 April 2020
With large numbers of IP lawyers, attorneys and clients currently working remotely, one question which arises is how documents which…
Anna Reid Alice Berkeley
Anna Reid & Alice Berkeley
Partner, Solicitor, Associate, Solicitor
Execution of documents remotely and electronic signatures

Women in IP event: "Be yourself, everyone else is taken"

10 February 2020
The annual Women in IP panel event involved a well-experienced and engaging mix of panellists. The panel was chaired by…
Rachel Bateman
Rachel Bateman
Partner, Patent Attorney
Women in IP event: "Be yourself, everyone else is taken"

Do you want to build a snowman? No, but I'd like to protect one! IP for animated characters.

05 February 2020
When it comes to animated productions including films; TV series; and video games, instrumental are their characters whose appearance and…
William Burrell
William Burrell
Senior Associate, Patent Attorney
Do you want to build a snowman? No, but I'd like to protect one! IP for animated characters.

UK ranks 2nd out of 50 in US Global IP index

07 March 2019
The UK Intellectual Property Office (UKIPO) was pleased to announce last week that the UK has been ranked second in…
Doug Ealey
Doug Ealey
Partner, Patent Attorney
UK ranks 2nd out of 50 in US Global IP index

IP & Brexit: the facts

16 January 2019
The UK Government has today (16 January 2019) issued a guide offering information on the future of intellectual property (IP)…
IP & Brexit: the facts

Post Brexit: copyright

08 November 2018
With regard to copyright, the UK Government explains that, as a result of the UK’s membership of the main international…
Post Brexit: copyright

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