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Among the most valuable assets of many businesses and organisations are intellectual property (IP) rights. Businesses therefore require innovative means of developing, exploiting and protecting these precious assets.
Our lawyers are expert advisors in:
For more detailed information on each of these areas we advise and act on please download the Blake Morgan Guide to IP Services on the right side of this page.
We act for all types of business from small start-ups to household names and span diverse sectors to include:
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Examples of recent ways in which we have assisted our clients include:
We have a worldwide network of trusted law firms and trade mark and patent attorneys with whom we work regularly and we can ensure that cross-border contracts work in other jurisdictions.
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Blake Morgan has been listed in a comprehensive guide to the leading media law firms around the world.
Blake Morgan has made two key appointments to build on the success of its London-based commercial litigation practice.
The Blake Morgan IP group are delighted to have been ranked in the 2017 World Trade Mark Review 1000.
A number of brand owners do not consider some online platforms to be appropriate marketplaces for their products. The question being raised is how much control can a brand owner exert over a retailer with regards to how it sells the products?
A pub landlord was being sued by Football Association Premier League Limited for copyright infringement for using a IPTV box. Here is what happened next.
Paul McCartney yesterday (18 January 2017) filed papers in Federal Court in New York seeking a declaration that is entitled to reclaim the rights to a number of songs that he co-wrote with John Lennon from September 1962 to June 1971.
This case involved the use of the word ZUMA as a company name.
The Act amends the current groundless threats provisions in legislation relating to patents, UK trade marks, EU trade marks, UK registered designs, UK design rights and Community designs.
Blake Morgan are delighted to be sponsoring The Centre for Information Rights 4th Winchester Conference on Trust, Risk, Information and the Law.