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It is possible to waive the name of the designer when filing a European Community Design, but you should be sure that you have the rights to the design
It sounds like a simple enough question, but the answer is that 'it depends!'
A Career in IP can be both fascinating and rewarding, even if it isn't a career path that you set your sights on from the start. In fact, as Albright IP Associate and Trade Mark Attorney Joel Weston shows, you can be successful even if your route into the field doesn't follow the standard path…
Registering an internet domain name is cheap and simple. But what happens if someone gets there first with your business name? It would be better to avoid the problem altogether, and we would always recommend checking domain availability and getting trade marks registered in advance of a public rebrand.
A new practice rule at the UKIPO requires a UK-based address for service to be put in place for UK designations of International Trade Mark & Design Registrations.
The devil makes work for idle hands. Whilst contemplating lunch at my desk, I found myself drawn to the UKIPO opinion service website
There is a lot to entertain the curious follower of patent law in the High Court’s judgment in Shenzhen Carku v The Noco Company .
Innovators in the MedTech sector can therefore find it difficult to obtain good guidance about how to approach an IP strategy for their business. There are, however, some guiding principles which can be followed.
Albright IP has announced the appointment of four new directors to its board. Cloe Loo, Frederick Noble, Marc Maidment, and Dr William Doherty have all been promoted to Director positions.