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Artificial Intelligence ('AI'): Legal Liability Implications

The European Commission’s latest report considers emerging technologies incorporating AI and whether existing liability regimes offer adequate protection where products cause injury

30 January 2020

More brand owners face difficulties in registering and maintaining their 3D trade marks

The shapes of the Land Rover Defender, Rubik's Cube, KitKat chocolate bar and the London taxi are all well-known. However, recognition alone is insufficient for the UK and EU trade mark registries
07 January 2020

McDonald's 'Mc' mark partially revoked for lack of genuine use

McDonald’s EU trade mark ‘Mc’ was partially revoked following an application made by Irish fast food chain Supermac’s
01 October 2019

Trade marks: CJEU considers requirements for a finding of bad faith

The CJEU has clarified that there is no requirement for the later mark to cover identical or similar goods or services to the earlier mark for a finding of bad faith
24 September 2019

Charlotte Tilbury successful in copyright action against Aldi for "lookalike" makeup

The High Court has granted summary judgment in favour of Islestarr (owner of makeup brand Charlotte Tilbury) who claimed that Aldi had breached copyright in its makeup palettes
16 September 2019

Red Bull's blue/ silver colour combination trade marks remain invalid

The Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) has provided a further blow to Red Bull’s attempts to retain trade mark protection for its blue/silver colour combination as applied to drinks cans
10 September 2019

Norwich Pharmacal disclosure relief unaffected by the GDPR

The High Court has dismissed an application to disclose tens of thousands of broadband customers’ names and addresses for alleged unlawful downloads
12 August 2019

Adidas runs into more trade mark issues on appeal

The General Court has upheld the EUIPO’s finding of invalidity in relation to Adidas' three-stripe trade mark
10 July 2019

Peppa Pig creators triumphant in trade mark invalidity claim

The EU General Court has dismissed an application to annul the EUIPO’s decision concerning a trade mark for the famous children’s TV character, Peppa Pig
05 July 2019

A guide to doing business in the UK

Doing business in the UK for the first time can be exciting but complex. In this inward investment guide, we identify ten key points to help you plan ahead for success

03 July 2019

A guide to intellectual property rights in the UK

If you are launching a business in the UK, you may want to consider some or all of these types of intellectual property rights
26 June 2019

Top Tips for Terminating Contracts

Matthew Walker from the firm's Dispute Resolution team discusses the key points to consider when terminating contracts

11 June 2019
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