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The Court of Appeal has held that trade marks were not invalid for bad faith just because the trade mark owner lacked intention to use the trade marks for the whole list of goods and services listed in the specification.
How does the UK’s intellectual property regime stand up in the face of emerging AI technology? Running from 7 September to 30 November 2020, the UKIPO’s call for views on AI and IP sought to find answers to a wide range ...
Broadcaster Sky saw further success before the English Court of Appeal last week. Following an overall win in its infringement case against cloud-IT services provider SkyKick, Sky has appealed to overturn the point it ...
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 ...
Trade mark law across Europe is changing and Bird & Bird is tracking its progress.