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By Tom Nener
The Advertising Standards Agency has today published three decisions against food manufacturers in respect of advertisements which have been held to breach the CAP Code.
By Liz Cooper
The importance of establishing proprietorship of a trade mark at the outset of registration
By James Talbot
In case you have been living under a rock (from a data protection point of view) for the last two years (or two weeks in some cases!) ...
By Tanya Waller
In October 2017, the BBC aired the first program in a series called BLUE PLANET II. Narrated by Sir David Attenborough, the program not only brought the creatures of the deep ...
By Rebecca Field
The issue of Original Equipment Manufacture (‘OEM') in China is of crucial importance to retailers.
By Susanne Bilderbeek
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has issued a decision which has been welcomed by producers of luxury goods, as it allows luxury brands to control the distribution...
By Maherunesa Khandaker
This month the Supreme Court has answered the question as to who should bear the costs of Internet Service Providers (ISPs) implementing website blocking orders in relation to trade mark infringements.
By Martyn Fish
The Christian Louboutin red sole trade mark is one of the most well-known "non-traditional" trade marks, not least because of the scrutiny that it has been subjected to by various courts.
By HGF Limited
In this edition of Retail Scanner, we look at issues relating to the degree of influence and control retailers can properly exercise over various parts of the supply chain.
By Maherunesa Khandaker
Internet service providers ("ISPs") should not pay the costs of implementing website blocking orders in relation to trade mark infringements, the Supreme Court ...
By Richard Wylie
From 13 June 2018, the UK officially joins the Hague Agreement for the international registration of designs.
By Mike Nelson
AG Wathelet has given his opinion on the "thorny issue" of the criteria for determining whether an active ingredient or combination of active ingredients of a medicinal product ...
By Lee Curtis
The European Commission Brexit Task Force has published its Position Paper on IP rights and Brexit.
By Catherine Coombes
Patent bodies in the US and Europe have issued important decisions in patent battles over the gene-editing technology CRISPR, as Catherine Coombes of HGF reports.
By Estelle Senior
This morning the UK Prime Minister has called for a General Election on 8 June 2017.