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The Value Behind a Trade Mark

A trade mark is a word, name, symbol, or design used to identify and distinguish goods in commerce. Businesses across all industries use trade marks to identify a particular brand via words, logos, and/or colours: such marks prompt recognition through marketing and branding.  168 more words

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T-312/15 - Market Watch v EUIPO - Glaxo Group (MITOCHRON)

This post contains a case review of T-312/15 in which the General Court discussed issues of the relevant public, comparison of marks and likelihood of confusion. 568 more words

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UK and China Instigate Closer IP Partnership

Baroness Neville-Rolfe, UK Minister of State for Energy and Intellectual Property conducted an IP delegation between 20-27 August 2016 in China to reinforce UK and China IP collaboration to support innovation and creativity in both countries. 65 more words

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The Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys Position Paper on Brexit and IP

A recent position paper entitled ‘The impact of Brexit on intellectual property’ by The Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys (CIPA) reveals the institute has a strong preference for the UK to participate in the Unitary Patent (UP) and Unified Patent Court (UPC) system, if this can be legally agreed. 125 more words

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Battle of the Brands: £20.2 million settlement reached

UK online fashion superstore ASOS has been forced to pay £20.2 million over alleged trademark infringements to two rival European retailers – cyclewear manufacturer ASSOS… 375 more words

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Experts Predict More Brands will try and Trade Mark Commonly-used Words

High street retailer Specsavers’ successfully registered the words ‘should’ve’ and ‘shouldve’ (verbs in common usage) linked to their advertising slogan “Should’ve gone to Specsavers” 138 more words

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Karen Millen Has Lost the Right to Trade Under Her Own Name

UK fashion designer Karen Millen lost the right to trade under her name following a judgment at the English High Court.

Karen Millen founded her women’s clothing business in 1983 then opened a chain of shops trading as ‘Karen Millen’. 73 more words

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