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Use it or lose it – an expensive lesson for Ferrari

The Ferrari 250 GTO was a sports car manufactured by Ferrari in the 1960s. Today, you would pay an eye-watering £50 million for one of these iconic models. Unsurprisingly, Ferrari wanted to maximise its IP protection for the car design and therefore in 2007 it filed an application to register the shape of the car as a trade mark with the EU intellectual property office. (image from EUIPO) The trade mark was ultimately registered in…
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Beyond Bricks and Mortar

The Advocate General of the Court of the Justice of the EU (CJEU) has just issued an opinion that could have welcome implications for a number of businesses in these uncertain times.
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CALLING ALL INFLUENCERS – Protect your rights!

On social media, your intellectual property is your biggest selling point. Influencers post their content for everyone to see, with the hope that everyone will see it and engage. But what happens when you notice that someone is using your social media content without your consent?
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Who owns your IP?

For some startups intellectual property is their main asset. But if you are not careful, one of your most valuable assets might not actually belong to your company.
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Recent US copyright judgments are a major win for the music industry

You may recall the infamous lawsuit brought by Marvin Gaye’s estate against Robin Thicke and Pharrell over their 2013 song Blurred Lines (for those who do not you can read more here). The decision in the Blurred Lines lawsuit was a major blow to the music industry. The US Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals found that although Blurred Lines and Got To Give It Up did not share the same melody, lyrics or even underlying…
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Lawyer troubles for Migos

Migos are suing Granderson for malpractice, citing his overall incompetence and his betrayal of their trust, notably by failing to declare that he also acts for Migos’ record label – a clear conflict of interest.
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Briffa is a firm of leading intellectual property solicitors based in London. We’re creative, transparent and competitively priced — our highly skilled team provides the level of expertise and quick turnaround times you need to ensure your intellectual property and business interests remain protected.

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