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Trade Mark Challenges to Become Easier?August 7, 2013

A recent decision of the General Court of the European Union (GCEU) has seemingly altered the previously understood position as regards the use of similar...

Government Launches Consultation on ‘Superfast’ Patent ServiceJuly 29, 2013

The Government has recently carried out a consultation on how the proposed new ‘superfast’ patent service should work. Currently, it can take a number of years...

Copyright and IP Changes ImminentJuly 26, 2013

The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 has now received Royal Assent. One of the more important changes for industry is that creative designs which are...

Blunderbuss Defence Proves CostlyJuly 23, 2013

The legal principle that the loser pays the costs of the winner in litigation usually holds good, but it is not true in all cases,...

Copyright Law Defeats Cloth CopiersJuly 23, 2013

When a cloth pattern was copied and used by another business for its own fabrics, the woollen mill which owns the pattern took action to...

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