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Our reports of Trade Mark Cases for CIPA Journal cover decisions from the UK High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court and, from an EU perspective, include opinions of the Advocate General and judgments of the ...
By a 2-1 majority SIS have succeeded in overturning the decision that they acted in breach of confidence by receiving raceday data from the Tote.
Phil Sherrell explains the current UK IPO consultation on whether to introduce statutory damages for copyright and other IP claims.
As you know, the UK is leaving the EU on 31 January 2020. Except in most ways it isn't, really. As part of the Brexit process a transition period has been agreed until 31 December 2020, which is referred to as "IP ...
Last night we were awarded 'Global Patent Firm of the Year' at the 5th annual Who's Who Legal Awards in London. This achievement showcases the international strength and quality of our teams and confirms our ...
In this month's CIPA journal, we report on the decision in Frank Industries v Nike Retail concerning Nike's use of the LDNR sign.
This month we report on Advocate-General Szpunar's Opinion on whether the shape exclusion in Article 3(1)(e)(iii) is applicable to non-three dimensional properties such as colour and shape (Christian Louboutin v Van ...
During 2016 and 2017 the complex litigation about part of AbbVie's patent portfolio protecting its Humira/adalimumab product drew attention in part because of the granting of a so-called Arrow declaration.
With so much online content out there, it’s hard to know who actually owns what you’re sharing. Emma Green, an IP lawyer at Bird & Bird, shares her top tips on how to protect your content from being reused.
Our colleague and partner, Rebecca O'Kelly-Gillard is featured as one of The National Law Journal’s “Intellectual Property Trailblazers” for 2020. The profile highlights her development of Bird & Bird’s brand protection ...