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Web Knock-Offs – Stopping the RotSeptember 15, 2016

The Internet is a market for all sorts of goods – including 'knock-off' copies of well-known brands. These are widely available through e-commerce websites around...

Combination of Small Steps Provides Patent ValidityAugust 24, 2016

Air travellers will be familiar with the X-ray scanners used as part of the security measures in airports, and the international market for such systems...

Symbol Bad, Acronym GoodJuly 27, 2016

Bayerische Motoren Werke is known by one and all as BMW and their roundel symbol is recognised worldwide. Unsurprisingly, it is also a trade mark. So...

Glee as IP Court Rules in Favour of Club OwnerJuly 10, 2016

Large international corporations are well known for flexing their financial muscles and attempting to browbeat smaller companies into submission when they are in dispute. Such seemed...

Copyright Infringement – Eight Seconds EnoughJune 26, 2016

When a sports website was found to be providing unauthorised video clips of international cricket matches, the England and Wales Cricket Board and Sky UK...

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