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By David Potter
16 January 2019 - the deadline for the UK to leave the EU on 29 March 2019 is fast approaching and there continues to be political uncertainty over the terms of any Brexit.
By Maherunesa Khandaker
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) successfully pleaded a Gillette defence and obtained an Arrow declaration in a patent infringement action brought by Vectura in respect of inhalable medicaments...
By Ellie Purnell
In an appeal from an Examining Division decision, the Board of Appeal stated that the recently introduced R.28(2) EPC is in conflict with A.53(b) EPC ...
By Rachel Fetches
In a complex and lengthy judgment, a majority of the Supreme Court rejected Warner-Lambert's appeal against a finding that the Swiss-form ...
By HGF Limited
The Court of Appeal has in the case of Icescape Ltd v Ice-world International EWCA Civ 2218 [2018] applied the Supreme Court's Actavis decision on infringement.
By Liz Cooper
The Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP) and the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) have come together and created "An Influencer's Guide to making clear that ads are ads".
By Tom Nener
Following receipt of 17 complaints the Advertising Standards Agency has today banned advertisements shown during ITV 2's Love Island for breast enhancements, on the basis that they were considered to be exploitative ...
By Chris Robinson
This was an unsuccessful appeal by the UK consumer goods retailer, Argos Limited ("AUL") following the rejection of its claim for trade mark infringement and passing off in 2017.
By Liz Cooper
22 complaints were received by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) from viewers who described adverts by online fashion retailer Nasty Gal as "socially irresponsible".
By HGF Limited
The UK Government has announced how it plans to treat European Union (EU) trade mark and design rights in the event that the UK leaves the EU without a deal covering their future relationship.
By Tom Nener
A surprisingly busy summer of IP. Here is our round-up of the bigger legal headlines.
By John Johnston
In 2016, Lego announced plans to establish a Sustainable Materials Centre dedicated to the research and development of new sustainable materials ...
By Suzan Ure
Rolex has issued proceedings in the U.S against Vintage Watchmaker LLC for offering "non-Rolex approved" replacement parts
By Sean McDonagh
It is imperative for celebrities to be able to effectively control what and with whom they are associated, particularly when considering the sums of money ...
By Liz Cooper
From herbal tea that'll make you shed 5lbs in a week to cheekbone enhancing highlighter that will keep the derma fillers at bay ...