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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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IP Rights and Contracts after 1 January 2021. Time to Prepare

The UK left the EU on 31st January 2020. We are now in a transition period and for most businesses things will look and be the same as they have been. But don’t relax just yet. Just when you thought it was safe to take a step back from the turmoil of the last year we are encouraging business to start planning now for the new legal landscape that will apply from 1 January 2021.…
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IP Basics in the UK – Click here to learn more!

Intellectual property (or “IP”) can be a complicated area. As a start-up you already have a huge number of things to think about: funding, marketing, building a client base, collaboration, finding the right people to assist you. IP is often just seen as another thing to add to the list, but we understand that it’s not always the simplest area to understand. That said, all businesses will own, use and create IP at some stage…
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Improving access to justice – year 1 for the shorter trial pilot scheme

The shorter and flexible trial schemes, two pilot schemes being run in the Chancery Division, were launched last year (1 October 2015) with a view to: 1) achieve shorter and earlier trials for business-related litigation; and 2) foster a change in litigation culture, by which it recognises that some aspects of trial procedure (such as document disclosure) are simply not necessary. One year on, it is worth taking a look at the scheme and to…
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The Rubik’s Cube shape trade mark declared invalid

In 1999 Seven Towns successfully registered the Rubik’s cube as a 3D EU trade mark. In 2006, a German toy manufacture, Simba Toys applied to cancel the trade mark on the basis that the mark involved a technical solution (due to its ability to rotate). The EUIPO dismissed this application and Simba Toys commenced a further action in the General Court who also dismissed the same claim. Simba toys commenced an appeal to the European…
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