Our services are centred around intellectual property that can be registered. We protect innovation, design, and branding across all sectors of industry, and at all stages in the supply chain.

For each IP right we offer services covering strategic advice, pre-registration searches, registrations and renewals, oppositions and dispute resolution. We handle work throughout the world, working with local colleagues in over 100 countries.


Our attorneys specialise in one or more sectors of industry, which enables them to provide quality advice with a commercial focus.

Our patent specialists have detailed understanding of the background technology, which ensures that your patent applications are prepared with the correct scope, reducing the likelihood of challenges from third parties and objections from the patent office.

They also advise whether other forms of protection would be more appropriate. Our brand specialists work with brand managers for leading brands and their advice is commercially focussed making sure that you get the best value from your budget.

21st Mar 2024

Tesco facing Clubcard rebrand after Court of Appeal decision

As reported previously with European Supermarket News, Tesco is currently involved in trade mark litigation with one of its biggest supermarket competitors, Lidl. Supermarket chain Tesco has lost its appeal against a ruling of trade mark infringement and passing-off in connection with their branding for their Clubcard Prices scheme in favour of rival supermarket chain […]

8th Mar 2024

The UK Supreme Court holds that Amazon’s US site does target UK consumers

On 6th March 2024 the decision was issued. Amazon have lost an appeal at the UK Supreme Court against an earlier ruling that they had infringed the rights of a trade mark holder Lifestyle Equities CV by ‘targeting’ British consumers on the US version of the Amazon website. Targeting in relation to Trade Mark law is when an online retailer creates advertisements that are pushed or geared towards a particular audience. In doing so, trade marks are used. Those marks may be registered in the target consumer’s country.  

16th Feb 2024

Stitching Together Success: Intellectual Property Considerations for the Fashion Industry

As London Fashion Week celebrates its 40th anniversary, it’s a fitting time to celebrate the fashion and textile industry’s significant impact on UK PLC. According to research conducted by Oxford Economics it’s responsible for £62 billion of annual UK GDP, one in every 25 UK jobs and £1 in every £30 of HMRC’s annual tax receipts.

15th Feb 2024

Prada’s triangle and their trade mark applications

It is common practice for items of clothing and accessories to become highly sought after simply because of the presence of a brand name or logo. The ability for an item to be recognised by such symbols is arguably the underlying driving force for the consumer’s desire to own designer items. The question we now ask concerns a logo and whether it can still act as the origin indicator of the goods even without the presence of any word element(s).

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