Henry Martinez t/a Prick v Prick Me Baby One More Time

Henry Martinez t/a Prick v Prick Me Baby One More Time

Title: Henry Martinez t/a Prick v Prick Me Baby One More Time: A Comprehensive Guide Introduction: In the⁢ world of tattoo‌ parlors and businesses, ⁣legal disputes can arise over simple yet‍ catchy names. Henry Martinez, a tattoo artist operating under ​the name "Prick," found himself in⁣ a legal battle with‍ another ‌tattoo shop called "Prick […]

G 1/21: oral proceedings by video conference permitted but suboptimal

G 1/21: oral proceedings by video conference permitted but suboptimal

G 1/21: Oral Proceedings by Video Conference⁣ Permitted but⁣ Suboptimal With the rise of digital communication ⁣technologies, many aspects of our ‌lives have transitioned to a virtual setting, including legal proceedings. The ⁤European Patent ⁤Office’s decision,⁤ G 1/21, now allows‌ for oral​ proceedings to be conducted via video conference. While this decision‌ offers ‌a‍ convenient […]

UPC insights: trends from the January 2024 caseload report

UPC insights: trends from the January 2024 caseload report

UPC Insights: Trends ‌from the January ​2024⁣ Caseload Report</meta title> Discover the latest trends and insights from the January 2024 ‍caseload ‍report for UPC. Learn about key findings, data ‍analysis, and what it means for the ‍industry.</meta‌ description> UPC Insights: Trends from the January⁤ 2024 Caseload Report When‌ it ⁣comes to‌ understanding the dynamics ⁢of […]

Inventive Step – Is it Still Plausible?

Inventive Step – Is it Still Plausible?

Title:‌ Inventive Step – ​Is⁢ it ⁤Still Plausible? Introduction: In‌ the ever-evolving world ‌of innovation and technology, the concept of‌ an inventive step is‍ crucial in determining whether an invention is patentable. An inventive step refers to⁣ a feature of an invention ⁢that involves a creative solution to a technical problem. However, with the rapid […]

The gravity of Brexit – post Brexit technical questions and a deadline reminder

The gravity of Brexit  – post Brexit technical questions and a deadline reminder

The Gravity of Brexit – Post Brexit Technical Questions ⁢and a Deadline ‍Reminder As the​ United ​Kingdom officially left the ​European Union‌ on January 31,⁣ 2020, the impact of⁣ Brexit continues​ to be felt as the‍ transition period nears its end on ⁤December 31, 2020. With just a few months left, businesses and⁢ individuals are […]

Software rights – to share or to keep control?

Software rights – to share or to keep control?

Title: Software Rights – To Share ‌or to Keep Control? Introduction: In today’s digital age, the‍ concept of ​software rights‍ has become‌ increasingly⁢ important. As software developers ‍and users, we often grapple with the decision of whether to share our creations⁣ freely with the world or to maintain⁢ control over them. This article explores the […]

Utopia Tableware v BBP Marketing – UK Design Rights

Utopia Tableware v BBP Marketing – UK Design Rights

Title: Utopia ‌Tableware v BBP Marketing -⁢ UK Design Rights: What You Need to ​Know Introduction: In the world of ‌design,‌ protecting your intellectual property is crucial. One such case⁢ that has gained attention is ⁤the Utopia Tableware v BBP Marketing dispute ⁤over UK ​design rights. Understanding ⁣the implications of this⁢ case is essential for […]

Evidence and Proof of Use in Trade Mark Proceedings

Evidence and Proof of Use in Trade Mark Proceedings

Evidence and ⁢Proof of⁣ Use in Trade Mark Proceedings Introduction When it⁣ comes‌ to trade mark⁢ proceedings, providing evidence and ⁤proof of use is crucial for protecting your​ intellectual property rights. Evidence of⁤ use demonstrates that your trade mark is actively being used in commerce, while proof⁣ of use validates⁢ the ownership and validity of […]

Philips v ASUS: ASUS compelled to participate in FRAND trial

Philips v ASUS: ASUS compelled to participate in FRAND trial

Title: Philips v ASUS: ASUS compelled to participate in FRAND trial Keywords: ⁤Philips, ASUS, FRAND, trial, patent, technology, legal, lawsuit Introduction: In the world of technology and patents, disputes often arise when companies believe their intellectual ‌property rights have been infringed upon. One such high-profile case​ is the ongoing legal battle ⁤between Philips and ASUS, […]

Dumb and Dumber?  Parody Defences in the UK

Dumb and Dumber?  Parody Defences in the UK

Title:‌ Dumb and Dumber? Parody Defences in the UK Introduction: Parody is a form of ⁤artistic‍ expression​ that involves imitating a work for comic effect or to ‍comment on the original work. ⁣In ⁣the United​ Kingdom,‌ parody ⁣is protected under the ⁢law⁢ as a form of free​ speech,⁢ but‍ there are certain legal boundaries⁣ that […]