For brand owners, the figures are impressive: market research company Mintel estimated that £419 million was spent by Britons on…Read More
Category: IP Developments
The state of things to come
Recent word on the street is that the electric vehicle tipping point, when the total cost of ownership of a…Read More
Be Brexit ready: Important information about EU designations of International (Madrid Protocol) trade marks and International (Hague) Designs
The UK is set to leave the EU on 31st October 2019 which will have an impact on certain Intellectual…Read More
Corporate Frenemies – co-operation and competition in the automotive industry
With the automotive sector undergoing some big changes, especially in areas such as electrification and connectivity – as mentioned in…Read More
Standardising a revolution?
The role of Standards Essential Patents in the automotive industry The ACES revolution The automotive industry is undergoing some of…Read More
Are you ready? EPO announces changes to appeal procedure
On 1 January 2020, the rules governing procedure in ‘Appeals of Decisions’ made by the European Patent Office (EPO) will…Read More
Inspirational and innovative: the medical devices of tomorrow
Companies working in the medical device space are an inspiration, working tirelessly to improve the lives of patients and their…Read More
Hair-raising developments in medical materials
Tailoring the properties exhibited by a material has classically focussed on altering its chemical or compositional nature (for example, to…Read More
Aerospace – the emission mission
Someone taking a return flight from London to New York generates about the same level of emissions as the average…Read More
We have the power – but is it in the right place, at the right time?
Grid balancing – the ramping up of production to cover peaks in power usage – is becoming ever more important…Read More
Online marketplaces get tough on counterfeiters
Online marketplaces are realising that, in order to continue to enjoy the goodwill of genuine small businesses that use their…Read More
How can you protect nothing? No brand IP.
When did simple or minimal branding become so desirable? Did it start with Coco Chanel’s No.5 perfume bottle in 1924?…Read More