“They're very professional, the work is of a high quality and they are very straightforward to deal with: everything you want! I have received excellent, clear and concise advice on IP matters - including early indicators of costs associated with the work required to manage our IP. They have all been excellent and have always responded on a timely basis and kept me informed of progress. ”
Blake Morgan's team are experts in enforcing, protecting and defending intellectual property rights, both nationally and internationally.
We act for both claimants and defendants, providing commercially astute advice to achieve the best possible result in the most time and cost efficient manner.
Trade Marks disputes and Brand Protection
Copyright, Design and Patent Disputes
Confidential Information and Database Disputes
Examples of IP disputes the team have dealt with include:
Blake Morgan has made two key appointments to build on the success of its London-based commercial litigation practice.
Associate and Trade Mark Attorney Ben Evans has been published in the October/November 2016 edition of the CITMA Review.
A recent case demonstrates that a speedy and economic resolution can be achieved through domain name complaints, and that jurisdictional issues can be overcome, says Jill Bainbridge of Blake Morgan.
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.
The recent case of National Guild of Removers and Storers Ltd v Bee Moved Ltd demonstrates the dangers of falsely claiming accreditation with an association.
Blake Morgan are delighted to be sponsoring The Centre for Information Rights 4th Winchester Conference on Trust, Risk, Information and the Law.
The Court of Appeal dismissed an appeal by H&M that they had breached the terms of a patent they entered with Stretchline by using tubular fabric in their bras.
The recent case of Signature Realty Ltd v Fortis Developments Ltd & Anor highlights the caution that developers should take when acquiring a site with planning permission. The case confirmed that copyright protection applies to architects' drawings.