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UK General Election 2017

Universities and Commercial Enterprises working closer together Comment from partner Chris Hamer at Mathys & Squire in relation to the general election outcome “The general election results… read more…

Tackling counterfeiting on a global scale

Margaret Arnott discusses counterfeiting in the latest edition of Intercontinental Finance & Law Magazine As technology and logistic networks across the globe become increasingly sophisticated,… read more…

Nokia and Apple settle all litigation related to their intellectual property

In December 2016 Nokia asserted patents relating to displays, user interfaces, software, antenna, chipsets and video coding against Apple across multiple jurisdictions Apple retaliated by initiating… read more…

Chocolate giant loses fight against Cadbury

After months of deliberating the Court of Appeal this week refused Nestlé’s attempt to trade mark the shape of its four-fingered KitKat bar, upholding the High Court’s prior ruling The 16,000… read more…

Mathys & Squire strengthens its senior team

We are delighted to announce that a number of attorneys and partners have been promoted The nine attorney promotion round includes four women representing 4444% of the total made up Amongst the… read more…

Insider Survey – Trade Marks and Branding

As a business the value you place on your reputation is immense – but are you doing all you can to safeguard your good name and great ideas We’ve teamed up with The Insider magazine in… read more…

Trade marks and branding in China

China is one of the leading global manufacturing hubs and the fastest growing consumer market in the world As an operating base, manufacturing for export to other Asian economies, and as a consumer… read more…

What to expect from the new UK unjustified threats regime

On 27 April 2017, the long-awaited Intellectual Property (Unjustified Threats) Act 2017 received Royal Assent The Act follows the Law Commission’s recommendations to reform the regime relating to… read more…

‘Well-known’ trade marks can now be registered in India

On 6th March 2017 the Indian government introduced new rules governing trade mark registrations One of the most interesting developments is the ability to now apply to protect a ‘well-known… read more…

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