Charlotte Duly writes for Intellectual Property Magazine on the implications of the Court of Appeal’s decision in SkyKick on both bad faith and specification drafting
Charlotte Duly has written for Intellectual Property Magazine on the implications of the Court of Appeal’s decision in SkyKick on both bad faith and specification drafting. Read more below (subscription required).
What Lloyd v Google means for Project Red Card
Can machines be inventors?
Mark Hill quoted by ArtNet on the copyright dispute between French-Tunisian artist eL Seed and the Tunisian pavilion at Dubai’s World Expo
The case illustrates a growing tension around the ownership of calligraphic script in the digital era.
The United Arab Emirates Joins the Madrid System
Nick White writes for Intellectual Property Magazine on the ever-expanding role of licensed content within the video gaming industry
Consumers’ unwitting assumptions: A [wh]iskey business in brand competition
Olivia and Anna look at the Liverpool Gin Distillery Ltd v Sazerac Brands LLC case and the question of 'indirect confusion'
Mark Hill and Lara Haidar write for The Legal 500 Country Comparative Guide on Intellectual Property in the United Arab Emirates
An overview of the latest intellectual property laws and regulations applicable in United Arab Emirates.
Charlotte Duly quoted by Intellectual Property Magazine on the implications of the Court of Appeal's decision in Sky Ltd & Ors v SkyKick, UK Ltd & Anor
The Court of Appeal offered clarification on bad faith trade marks, after issuing a decision in Sky Ltd & Ors v SkyKick, UK Ltd & Anor.
Blue Sky Linking
Daniel looks at Sky's recent success in obtaining interim protection from infringement of their broadcast rights
Mary Bagnall writes for Intellectual Property Magazine on the government’s consultation document on the future regime for exhaustion of UK IP rights
The UK government has published its consultation document on the future regime for exhaustion of UK IP rights.
Bullfighting ... as a copyright work?
Joint and several liability for IP infringement - Directors beware
Olivia takes an in-depth look at the recent Lifestyle Equities v Ahmed case in the Court of Appeal
Brexit: Trade Marks and Designs
Charlotte outlines all you need to know before the next post-Brexit deadline on trade marks and designs
Anna Sowerby writes for The Fashion Law on the new collaborative approach being taken by luxury brands and online platforms to fight fakes
Online platforms are now under pressure to be more proactive in their approach to tackling the ever-escalating issue of counterfeit goods.
Antiques Trade Gazette and eprivateclient cover this firm's hire of art and luxury asset specialist Chris Haywood in Dubai
Chris joins the firm as a Senior Associate in the Dubai office.
Pfizer, Ted Danson and the Olympic Vaccine Solution
#cake – a trial by social media
Brexit and intellectual property: Gibraltar, the Isle of Man and
Charlotte looks at where else trade mark and design protection may be required following Brexit.
Diversification of landed estates – a trade mark lawyer’s advice...
Mary looks at the diversification of landed estates and offers her expert advice from a trade mark perspective
Charlotte Duly writes for the Trademark Lawyer Magazine on the legal issues that tribute bands face when selecting a name
Picking a name for a tribute act that makes it clear what they offer whilst avoiding issues with the actual band can be a challenge.