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Cambridge Office Move

Mathys & Squire are proud to be part of the strong business community in Cambridge In the last two years our firm has experienced significant growth, and our Cambridge practice has grown by… read more…

UPC and the UK Referendum

While patents have not yet been central to the debate on the UK referendum, exit of the UK from the European Union is likely at least to delay implementation of the proposed pan-European unified… read more…

Controlling Your IP in a Digital World

Join James Pitchford and the Cambridge Technology Cluster for a fascinating roundtable discussion on how to control your IP in a digital world  The meeting will be held at the Crown Plaza Hotel, 20… read more…

Steps towards UPC ratification in the UK

On Monday 15th February the Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee of the House of Lords scrutinised a draft of ‘The Patents (European Patent with Unitary Effect and Unified Patent Court) Order… read more…

Valentines Bake Sale

On Friday 12th February we held a Valentines Bake Sale at our offices in London and Cambridge All the cakes were fantastic and we raised £31924 for our charity of the year,… read more…

Court of Appeal confirms Fox’s ‘Glee’ TV Show Infringes on The Glee Club’s Trade Mark

A British Comedy business, Comic, has won a case brought against 20th Century Fox A high court judge has ruled that their trade mark has been infringed by the show ‘Glee’, a global television… read more…

The New Rules of Branding and Trade Marks

Emma Reeve discusses the new rules of branding and trade marks in an article published on behindthespincom  The article explores changes to branding in a fast moving age of internet and social… read more…

Article 28 Declaration Risks

Some of you may already be aware of an Article 28 declaration in connection with the scope of protection for goods and services of Community Trade Marks The implication for clients with a portfolio… read more…

No breaks for Nestlé in Kit Kat battle with Cadbury

This week has seen the High Court dismissal of Nestlé’s appeal against the decision to reject its trade mark application for the 3D shape of its four finger Kit Kat Mr Justice Arnold commented… read more…

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