Intellectual Property News
International litigation boutique Kobre & Kim has launched its fourth office in the US in San Francisco, led by Kerr & Wagstaffe’s Michael Ng who joins the firm as a partner.
Lewis Silkin client, rental services provider Enterprise Holdings, has won a trademark logo battle against rival company Europcar at the High Court.
After months of speculation, brewing giant Heineken UK has confirmed DLA Piper as its principal external adviser for a three-year term.
Beijing-headquartered IP firm Schmitt & Orlov is extending its reach in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) region with the launch of an office in Laotian capital Vientiane.
Bird & Bird is representing Assos, the Swiss company responsible for the first ever lycra cycling shorts, in a Court of Appeal (CoA) case against online retailer ASOS.
Adidas group IP general counsel Tim Behean has moved to a new role in private practice as a director for IP boutique Sipara.
Cooley is certainly taking its time when it comes to setting up shop in the UK.
Intellectual Property Briefings
WongPartnership LawWatch: The IP, Media & Technology edition, January 2015 download subscription
The IP, Media & Technology edition of WongPartnership’s LawWatch
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Trademarks give your business a unique, protectable brand which is readily identifiable by consumers.
Irish Knowledge Development Box consultation document outlines framework download subscription
The proposed Irish Knowledge Development Box regime will follow a similar framework to the Modified Nexus approach.
Intellectual Property Analysis
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