Intellectual property news and updates

Sights set overseas?

We provide a number of key points that should be considered when seeking patent, trade mark and design protection abroad.

Wilson Gunn makes three new partners

Chris McDonald, Marc Lewis and Mark Jolly have been promoted to partners at Wilson Gunn.

UK to adopt the Hague Agreement for the International Registration of Industrial Designs

We take a look at how the UK will take on the Hague Agreement post-Brexit and how this will affect UK businesses.

Two Wilson Gunn clients win Queen's Awards for Innovation

We share the news that two of our clients have won this prestigious award.

World IP Day - Manchester's significant innovations

In celebration of World Intellectual Property Day, we have put together a list of some of Manchester's greatest innovative achievements.

World IP Day - Birmingham's significant innovations

In celebration of World Intellectual Property Day, we have put together a list of some of Birmingham's greatest innovative achievements.

Ed Sheeran settles copyright lawsuit

In the last few days, Ed Sheeran has settled the $20 million copyright lawsuit filed against him, we consider other recent copyright infringement cases and how copyright can be protected against.

Argos defeated in trade mark case

Last month, well-known UK retailer Argos Limited (“Argos UK”) lost an intellectual property case in the High Court against US company Argos Systems Inc. (“ASI”) over the alleged infringement of its ‘ARGOS’ trade mark.

India adopts new trade mark rules 2017

We explain India's new trade mark rules and how this will impact how India protects its intellectual property.

Spring Budget 2017

We take a look at the announcements revealed in the Spring Budget by Chancellor, Phillip Hammond, on Wednesday that are likely to have an impact on innovation and intellectual property in the United Kingdom.

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