Dawn Ellmore – LinkedIn’s patent portfolio strategy

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LinkedIn is a well-established, big brand name. Everyone knows it, most people use it and since its launch in 2003 as the first professional social network, it has rocketed in popularity. In January 2017, LinkedIn was bought by Microsoft Inc,… Continue Reading →

Dawn Ellmore reviews the increase in UK patent applications with the EPO

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The number of UK businesses filing patent applications with the European Patent Office (EPO) increased during 2017, according to a new report. The recently published Annual Report 2017 from the EPO shows that there was a 2.4% increase in patent… Continue Reading →

Dawn Ellmore: Weekly Patent and Trade Mark Law Roundup

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Trademarking and the First Amendment In the U.S this week a federal court appeal seemed to indicate that they were considering the registration “FUCT” by fashion designer Erik Brunetti, as banning trademarks which make use of “profanity and or sexual… Continue Reading →

The role of AI in IP

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been around since the 1960s. Although it still sounds futuristic as a concept, it’s something that is becoming more entrenched in every day life. The chief benefit of AI is its ability to analyse and manipulate… Continue Reading →

Dawn Ellmore Employment’s Blog

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Dawn Ellmore Employment’s blog aims to keep you abreast of current Intellectual Property (IP) and Legal developments along with industry and career insights and more. We hope you will find this useful and informative. For more information about Dawn Ellmore,… Continue Reading →

Prince’s estate applies for trade mark protection of the colour purple

What comes to mind when you think about the late, great artist Prince? Most likely, something to do with the colour purple. Many of his fans refer to him as ‘the Purple One’, and there is plenty of evidence to… Continue Reading →

New Apple patent suggests foldable iPhones are one step nearer

After receiving its first foldable iPhone patent from the US Patent and Trademark Office back in 2016, Apple has just been granted its second. So, does this mean that a foldable iPhone will soon be hitting the shelves? Well, maybe…. Continue Reading →

Reviewing Nintendo’s intriguing smartphone patent

The team at Dawn Ellmore Employment keeps tabs on intellectual property news  – It’s the best way to keep up-to-date with the ever-changing world of Intellectual Property. Nintendo’s recent patent application, for example, shows the gaming company is moving towards… Continue Reading →

Dawn Ellmore Employment reviews Ford’s latest patent application for autonomous cars

Dawn Ellmore Employment keep up-to-date on intellectual property news around the world. In the latest of our blog posts, we look at Ford’s latest patent application. According to the US Patent and Trademark Office, Ford has filed for patent that… Continue Reading →

Dawn Ellmore Employment examines how close we are to flying cars

At Dawn Ellmore Employment, we place Intellectual Property (IP) legal professionals into their ideal roles. In this industry, it’s important that we keep on top of the cutting-edge technological advances highlighted by Intellectual property. It’s an exciting area to be… Continue Reading →

Dawn Ellmore examines the long road to Samsung’s foldable phone

At Dawn Ellmore Employment, our team’s recruitment experience in IP law aids the placement of candidates into their ideal roles. As part of our ongoing commitment to this sector, we keep on top of all major IP filings, tech announcements… Continue Reading →

Microsoft’s latest patent for clues on a new device

At Dawn Ellmore Employment, the team keeps an eye on major intellectual property (IP) news, whether that’s IP applications, refusals, legal cases, trade mark disputes or copyright battles. It’s always particularly fascinating to follow IP applications of companies, as it’s… Continue Reading →

5 reasons to get into the patent and trade mark industry

If you have a scientific background and an interest in law, then a career in the patent and trade mark industry may be just the ticket for you. Patents are grants made by national governments, giving the creator of an… Continue Reading →

The copyright battle for Roger Federer’s logo

Twenty-time grand slam winner and all-round tennis star Roger Federer has gained an army of fans during his longstanding career. And for many, his initials have defined an era of tennis competition around the world. The two letters R and… Continue Reading →

Some of the most important patents in history

While we can’t squeeze in every patented innovation worth mentioning, there are certain inventions that completely changed the way we live and work day-to-day. From around 1990, personal computers and home technology has become most people’s understanding of technological innovation…. Continue Reading →

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