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Colin’s reminder to UK brand owners: register your get-up!
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The caterpillar battle that has been attracting a lot of attention in the UK will be on the most-watched list for intellectual property lawyers, given the previous difficulties brand owners ...

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Podcast with Joel Smith and Anneka Dalton: Why litigate trademark disputes in the UK?

In the first in a new series of podcasts from the IPMT team at Hogan Lovells on current IP topics, Joel Smith, Partner and Anneka Dalton, Counsel in London, discuss some of the...

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The rat’s out of the bag: lessons from Banksy’s EU trade mark losses on grounds of bad faith
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An ongoing dispute between Pest Control Office, Banksy’s (self-described) parent/legal guardian, and Full Colour Black, a UK based greeting card company specialising in famous street...

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Welcoming new IPMT partners and counsel in 2020

We are delighted to announce our new Intellectual Property, Media & Technology (IPMT) partners and counsel. The promoted members of the IPMT practice span patents, trademarks,...

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EUIPO publishes 'IPR Enforcement Case-Law Collection' on the liability and obligations of ISPs

The EUIPO has published an 'IPR Enforcement Case-Law Collection' on the liability and obligations of ISPs in the EU. Prepared by the EUIPO's European Observatory on...

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TRADEMARK TALK - Dish of the day: welcome to 'fashtronomy'

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Sweet and Sour Source (Crowdsourcing)

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Is it an infringement of trade mark law for the operator of an online marketplace (such as eBay) to allow counterfeit goods to be sold? As a matter of policy, should it be?

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ISP liability: the teenage years

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