“The team at Blake Morgan demonstrates the same level of skill and ability in trademarks that you see from the top London outfits.”
“The firm is not just a cost-effective option but a top-quality one too, which is why it attracts a long list of domestic and international clients and secures excellent results for them.”
Protecting your brand, or brands, is crucial for your business. Blake Morgan's specialist team can assist you in developing, clearing, protecting, enforcing and maintaining your brand, or brands, throughout the world.
Regardless of your business or industry the basic steps to developing, clearing, protecting, enforcing and maintaining, a brand are:
Our specialist team, which includes a dual-qualified Chartered Trade Mark Attorney and Solicitor as well as a CITMA-qualified Paralegal, can assist you with the entire lifecycle of your brand, including:
Blake Morgan's team advise and act for a wide range of clients including:
As members of TAGLaw, the worldwide network of law firms, and the International Trademark Association we can ensure that cross-border contracts work in other jurisdictions.
“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.”
“Blake Morgan’s in-depth understanding of the charities sector sets it apart on the highly competitive UK trademark scene.”
Leading national law firm Blake Morgan are delighted to be featured in this year's WTR 1000 list.
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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.
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.
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...
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