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General Election 2015: What do the parties say about IP? (IP - Hit or miss?)

Still on the fence about the general election? Well, fear not as IPcopy is here to give you a run down on the most important policy area of them all. 924 more words

Patents

Are You Protecting Your Most Valuable Assets? An Introduction to Intellectual Property

Over the next couple of weeks, IPcopy will be republishing some general introduction to IP articles that we prepared to present some topics, facts and issues from the area of intellectual property law for people who have had little or no contact with intellectual property. 1,409 more words

Patents

How to use trade marks and brand names

Trade marks and brand names crop up often in our daily lives these days.

It follows that they will crop up in stories that are set in the real world. 57 more words

Resources For Authors

Non-traditional Trade Marks in Sports - An EU Perspective

By Manuela Macchi written for and published by LawInSport.com on the 1 April 2015. View the original article here.


Trade marks in sport are commonly constituted of word or logo marks like ‘MANCHESTER UNITED’ or Nike’s famous ‘swoosh’ logo . 4,026 more words

Trade Marks

Bemis: great slogan and needs to use it: The Best Seat in the House

How can you communicate to customers that you make the best toilet seats? After all, it’s only a toilet seat. Bemis has got a great slogan for its toilet seats: The Best Seat in the House. 114 more words

Communication

ECTA Round Table on 3D Printing and IPRs - Update on the Trade Marks Legislative Package (Event Review - Part I)

On 11 March, ECTA – The European Communities Trade Mark Association hosted in Brussels a Round Table on 3d Printing and Intellectual Property Rights. The event was also a chance to have the European Commission presenting an update on the trade marks legislative package. 1,603 more words

Event Review