After filing your trademark application, have you received unsolicited requests for money and scam invoices? If you have filed a UK or European trademark application, then the chances are that you have received an unwelcome approach. Do not make payment!
Katie graduated from the University of Leicester with an Honours Degree in Law in 1999 and trained as a Trademark Attorney at a Midlands based Firm. She was awarded the Certificate in Intellectual Property Law from Queen Mary & Westfield College, London and qualified as a UK and European Trademark Attorney in 2002.
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23rd January 2012
As of 28 May 2010, patent applicants can request their UK national phase application of their International Patent Application (PCT) to be fast tracked. To qualify for the fast track route, all claims present in the application on entry to the national …
28th October 2016
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Protect your brand in China: Trademark Squatters benefit from the cracks in the filing walls allowing a free ride on reputation
1st July 2013
We are currently aware of a rise in the number and impact of international trade mark squatters who continue to take advantage of the Chinese trade mark law and practice. By so doing, they acquire rights in highly reputed marks in China, thus barring e …