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  • EHL Conveyancing Team
    Protecting your intellectual property – what is it and how can it be done?
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    Protecting your intellectual property – what is it and how can it be done?   It is a common saying that imitation is the best form of flattery, however, this is not the case where such imitation causes a loss to your business!   What is intellectual property? Intellectual property (IP) is a creation of… Learn more

  • Do Intellectual Property Rights override Political Beliefs?
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    Do Intellectual Property Rights override Political Beliefs? Whilst the position generally is of course a great debate, a recent UK legal battle suggests the answer is yes. A London based coffee kiosk named ‘Star Box Coffee’ was recently forced to change its name following a David and Goliath battle with Starbucks Coffee. Starbucks pursued Star… Learn more

  • Streaming – an infringement of copyright?
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    Streaming – an infringement of copyright? Streaming is a wide spread concept which has resulted from developments in modern technology, with services such as Netflix, Spotify, Sky and BBC iPlayer having a huge impact. These companies are able to allow streaming of their services because they pay a huge amount to buy the rights to… Learn more

  • European Trade Mark Legislation Changes – Are You Ready?
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    There is never a bad time to review your intellectual property portfolio. Whether your intellectual property portfolio relates to employment contracts that ensure that your company benefits from the creativity of your employees, or they relate to an updated website that you use daily to ensure that the trade mark your company uses is reflective… Learn more

  • Paul Stubbs - Litigation
    Honda make the world’s first Super Mower with on board fire extinguisher
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    Honda – the engineering company from Japan has yet again excelled itself by developing the world’s greatest lawnmower! Men up and down the country will be drooling at the 130mph lawnmower that comes complete with its own fire extinguisher! Never has gardening been so exciting. Alan Titchmarsh may have something to say about this but… Learn more

  • Paul Stubbs - Litigation
    What is Intellectual Property?
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    Intellectual property is the creations of the mind to which exclusive rights can be given. Intellectual property law these rights can be granted on to non-physical things such as music, art, literacy, inventions, designs, discoveries and even words and phrases like L’Oreal Paris’ “Because You’re Worth It”. The common types of intellectual property include copyright,… Learn more

  • Andrew Robinson - Employment Law
    Intellectual Property Law
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    It is important to consider what intellectual property rights your business may hold.  Does your business have a name / branding / logo. Have you invented or designed a product in your business? If the answer is yes you may be entitled to protect the intellectual property rights in your business in the same way… Learn more

  • Paul Stubbs - Litigation
    The Sweetest Dispute in Town! KitKat Attack!
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    In what has been regarded as the sweetest trade mark dispute in history Nestle has successfully claimed that it owns the 4 bar shape of the KitKat chocolate bar. When Nestle first made the trade mark application back in 2006 Cadbury very quickly made an application to oppose the trade mark stating it was too… Learn more


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