It is not unusual for a company to rebrand. The intention may be to attract a new target market for a product or to maintain the interest of existing customers.
Insights: July 2018
The electric vehicle industry presents many new challenges to the manufacturers of traditional petrol and diesel car parts due to the different performance characteristics of electric vehicles.
UKIPO confirms that the UK will protect all existing EU trade marks and registered Community designs when the country leaves the EU
Brexit: The government has published a White Paper on the future relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union, which contained explicit references to both Geographical Indications and the Unified Patent Court.
Decisions from the UK Intellectual Property Office (UK IPO), ‘Landmark Graphics Corporation’, suggest the UK IPO has been overly strict in applying the law relating to computer related inventions.
Reddie & Grose look at how some of the issues raised in the Actavis v Eli Lilly judgement have been addressed by the lower UK courts and what they could mean for UK patent owners and freedom to operate around patents.
The automotive industry is facing fundamental challenges arising from autonomous driving and connected car technologies.
A recent Court of Appeal judgment clarifies the UK approach to the patentability of numeric ranges.