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Toby Bond analyses a European Court of Justice opinion that could affect companies’ use of database rights to protect their information assets.
The Industrial Property Mexican Institute (IMPI) has delivered the first non-traditional trademarks registration certificates within the scope of olfactory marks, sound and commercial image since the amended Mexican ...
Melissa Murray and Ayah Abdin summarise the implications of a licensee using the registered trade marks of a Licensor in local trade names in the Middle East.
On 7 September 2020, the UK Intellectual Property Office launched a call for views on the relationship between Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property policy.
It is often crucial for tech, international brand companies and design-based businesses to demonstrate convincingly that they are the first to record a new idea, design or code. Most importantly though, it is trite that ...
Our media team explains an important judgment from the CJEU which develops the law on copyright protection for digital content. In a decision that will affect authors, publishers, distributors and readers, the Court ...
With UK gyms set to remain closed for the foreseeable future, home online workouts have become increasingly popular. Many routines are highly innovative and take considerable time, skill and effort to produce. This ...
Our international IP team are thrilled to announce the promotion of 3 new partners today. These promotions reflect our ongoing commitment to ensure the diversity of our team develops to reflect the rich pool of talent ...
International law firm Bird & Bird advised Elite World Group ("Elite"), the world's largest model management network, on the establishment of a new agency called EWG Virtual ("EWG").
In collaboration with Managing IP, we're producing a series of podcasts on a range of cutting edge and sometimes controversial topics, bringing together lawyers from Bird & Bird with guest speakers from industry.