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  1. Legal news
    29 April 2020
    A Skykick in the Teeth - Arnold LJ holds Sky's Trade Marks applied for in bad faith's-trade-marks-applied-for-in-bad-faith

    Today Lord Justice Arnold handed down Judgment in the important case of Sky v Skykick. The Judgment applies the CJEU's decision of January 2020 discussed in our article here.

  2. Legal news
    28 February 2020
    Reports of Trade Mark Cases for CIPA February 2020

    In this month's report, we look at the long awaited CJEU decision on the validity of broad trade mark specifications in Sky plc & ors v SkyKick UK Ltd & anr (Case C-371/18). We also look at Hacon's J's judgment on the ...

  3. Legal news
    08 April 2020
    International Comparative Legal Guide to: Trade Marks 2020

    The 9th edition of the International Comparative Legal Guide to: Trade Marks 2020 is a practical cross-border insight into trade mark work. We have contributed two chapters covering trade marks in the UK and online ...

  4. Legal news
    05 April 2018
    Trade marks: implementation of Trade Marks Directive

    The Intellectual Property Office (IPO) is consulting on proposed regulations to implement the Trade Marks Directive (2015/2436/EU) (the Directive) (the consultation).

  5. Legal news
    14 September 2018
    Trade marks: validity and infringement in the context of abbreviations

    The Intellectual Property Enterprise Court (IPEC) has held that the trade mark LNDR was valid in relation to clothing, and was infringed by the use of the sign LDNR in relation to identical goods.

  6. Legal news
    14 September 2018
    Trade marks: admissibility of fresh evidence on appeals

    The High Court has refused to admit additional evidence on an appeal from the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) in a trade mark revocation action and has set out the principles governing the admissibility of fresh ...

  7. Legal news
    14 September 2018
    Trade marks: refusal of discontinuance of infringement to avoid revocation

    The High Court has refused an application to discontinue a trade mark infringement claim and held that four EU trade marks (EUTMs) and five UK registered marks were either liable to revocation or non-use or invalid on ...