“Consistency of expertise and communication skills at all levels.”
“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.”
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.
“Blake Morgan shines in brand protection matters.”
“Operating flawlessly across the contentious/non-contentious divide, it has cultivated a well-balanced practice, making it a cost-effective out-of-London destination for one-stop shopping.”
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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The High Court considers the ownership of art works of the leading British sculptor Lynn Chadwick. Successful visual artists often operate through limited companies. This can have tax advantages.
Blake Morgan lawyers named as among best in world
Law firm Blake Morgan has been recognised as a global leader in trade mark and copyright law with a listing for its intellectual property specialists in a highly-respected international directory.
The Court of Justice of the European Union ("CJEU") handed down its first copyright judgment of 2018 this week.
China's 2008 National IP Strategy has sought to improve Chinese IP protection and enforcement, as well as to dispel the perception that IP infringement in China tends to go unsanctioned.
The UK Government has moved to reassure businesses that, after Brexit, EU IP rights will continue to be protected in the UK, at no cost to business.
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.
After consulting on changes to patent fees last year, the UK's Intellectual Property Office ('the IPO') has now confirmed that UK patent fees will increase as of 6 April 2018...
Adidas has filed a claim at the United States Patent and Trademark Office to oppose a trademark application submitted by ELEAGUE. Our expert explains what has happened in the case so far.