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“Blake Morgan stands out for the strength and depth of its IP offering and its distinctive focus on brands. The side strikes the right tone in its representation, possesses a well-rounded skill set and has carved out a niche for itself in the charities sector. Evans, Bainbridge and the rest of the Blake Morgan team represent excellent value for money.”
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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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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.
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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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The European Commission has instigated non-compliance proceedings against the UK, for failing to tell it that they have transposed copyright provisions of the Marrakesh Treaty into national law. Chris Williams comments in the WIPR.
Partner Chris Williams gives his views on article 13 of the EU copyright directive in an article in World IP Review.
The UK Intellectual Property Office (UK IPO) is currently reaching out to trade mark owners to warn them of a private company seeking substantial payment for the renewal of their trade mark.
We look at the new guidance published by the Competition and Markets Authority for social media influencers. Should you be influencing your influencers?
The Trade Marks Regulations 2018 came into effect on 14 January 2019 implementing the EU Trade Mark Directive 2015. The Regulations make various changes to UK trade mark law through the Trade Marks Act 1994 and the Trade Mark Rules 2018.
Copyright expert Simon Stokes explores the EU's recent announcement that images of works of art in the public domain will no longer be protected by copyright.
With Brexit uncertainty continuing, it is important to take stock and consider where this leaves your trade mark portfolio and what, if any, action you need to take. Our expert takes a look in more detail.
In this article, our expert Simon Stokes looks at what is informed consent in the UK in relation to the decision of the First-tier Tribunal in Xerpla Ltd v The Information Commissioner.