Intellectual property news and updates

Pirelli fails to obtain European trade mark

The European Union General Court has denied Pirelli's recent trade mark request regarding the curved strips on their tyres.

New test for patent infringement in the UK

The UK Supreme Court's judgment in Actavis v Eli Lilly delivers the most significant change in the law of patent infringement in the last decade.

Louboutin's red sole trade mark in another legal battle

A recent opinion from the Advocate General (AG) potentially signals bad news for the fashion brand's Benelux trade mark.

Tennis ace in Kellogg's trade mark battle

Australian tennis star, Thanasi Kokkinakis, has faced court action from cereal giant Kellogg following his application to trade mark his nick name in the media 'Special K' for commercial use.

Kit Kat: Nestlé loses 3D trade mark battle

Following an ongoing battle between Cadburys and Nestlé, Nestlé have lost their appeal for registration of the four-fingered Kit Kat bar. We examine the case.

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.

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