Background The Chinese Supreme People’s Court has issued a decision which brings to an end a four year long battle…Read More
Can copyright law help Brompton ride out an IP storm?
Two bicycle companies, Brompton Bicycle Limited and Get2Get, are in dispute at the Belgian Tribunal de l’entreprise de Liège over…Read More
If you liked it then you should’ve put IP on it
The importance of considering social media backlash as part of your IP enforcement strategy If you’re ‘Crazy In Love’ with…Read More
How the law on unjustified threats might apply to online takedown schemes
A great deal of business is done via online marketplaces such as Amazon and eBay. For IP rights owners it…Read More
The good, the bad, and the very ugly ‘cease and desist’ letters
Branding, and the values it represents, is at the core of all businesses, so it is understandable that companies will…Read More
On your marks, get set, go … for changes at the UKIPO
This article was first published on Lexis®PSL IP on 11 September 2017. Click for a free trial of Lexis®PSL. Since the 1st October 2017, ‘virtual’ or ‘web’ marking of…Read More
To threaten or not to threaten… that is the question!
Changes to the law on groundless threats of infringement of Intellectual Property (IP) rights in the UK come into force…Read More