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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

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

Press release

Burges Salmon advises Virgin Sport on partnership with Nike

Burges Salmon’s Intellectual Property and Commercial team has advised Virgin Sport on its multi-year partnership with Nike

15 May 2019

Children and age-restricted ads: new statutory controls proposed on HFSS advertising

Tackling the promotion of HFSS products to children remains high on the ASA's agenda. This is likely to step up amid the government's consultation to introduce a 9.00pm watershed on HFSS product ads
10 May 2019

Geographical Indications after Brexit: the impact on food names

How far will the UK go to protect food names when faced with competing trade pressures from the EU and US?
02 May 2019

Court of Appeal finds yet another registered community design valid but not infringed

The Court of Appeal’s decision follows a line of cases where designs have been found to be valid but not infringed taking into account the degree of design freedom in more technical designs
29 April 2019

BMW takes the fast lane to victory

The existence of an infringing company name on the companies register was sufficient for BMW to be granted summary judgment in its claims for passing off and trade mark infringement.
02 April 2019

The Digital Copyright Directive: European Parliament votes in favour despite controversy

On 26 March, the European Parliament voted to approve the final version of the controversial EU Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market
29 March 2019

Protecting children from irresponsible advertising: tougher rules for gambling operators

As part of the ASA's continued focus on limiting children’s exposure to age-restricted ads, new standards have been announced for gambling advertising that will take effect from next month.
28 March 2019

IPEC claims: only in exceptional circumstances can you amend your case after the CMC

A reminder from the IPEC that it is essential for the parties to identify all facts and arguments in their statements of case in advance of the CMC
25 March 2019

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