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Dawn Ellmore’s most read patent blogs

We’ve had a look at our most read patent blog articles and summarised them below. Dawn Ellmore Employment on how the sky’s no limit for Amazon’s self-destructing drone patent Amazon has successfully granted a patent on a self-destructing drone that… Continue Reading →

Dawn Ellmore on the best companies to work for in the UK according to Glassdoor

According to employee rankings on Glassdoor UK, Google tops the list as the best company to work for in the UK in 2018. Glassdoor’s top 50 best companies in the UK Google tops the 2018 list of the Best Places… Continue Reading →

Dawn Ellmore – LinkedIn Round up: March 2018​

Dawn Ellmore discusses British innovation in Europe  It’s clear that businesses in the UK are increasingly understanding how important it is to protect their innovative research by securing patents in European markets.  The Annual Report 2017 from the European Patent Office (EPO),… Continue Reading →

Dawn Ellmore discusses British innovation in Europe

It’s clear that businesses in the UK are increasingly understanding how important it is to protect their innovative research by securing patents in European markets. The Annual Report 2017 from the European Patent Office (EPO), was published at the beginning… Continue Reading →

Dawn Ellmore looks at trade mark infringements and trade wars

Iconic clothing company Levi Strauss & Co (Levi’s) is suing two separate Chinese companies for trade mark infringement. This comes at a time when the possibility of a trade war directly affecting the US-based company heats up. Legal action launched… Continue Reading →

Dawn Ellmore examines Whole Foods recent trade mark defeat in the UK

Whole Foods Market is a grocery store chain based in the United States. Touting itself as a healthy choice thanks to the lack of artificial flavours and preservatives in its products, it has 473 shops across the US and the… Continue Reading →

Dawn Ellmore – Australian company applies for a trade mark, for the colour of beer

Following in the footsteps of the likes of Cadbury (owned by Mondelez International) and oil giant BP, a much smaller Australia-based company has filed a trade mark application for a colour. What makes this application stand out from the crowd… Continue Reading →

Dawn Ellmore looks at the recent copyright claim against Wolves

Wolverhampton Wanderers football club may have a high chance of making the Premier League, but a copyright claim has been made that could cost them. The logo used by Wolves since the 1960s is the distinctive wolf head, which stands… Continue Reading →

Dawn Ellmore discusses upcoming changes to UK trade mark law

The IPO (Intellectual Property Office) has just opened a consultation regarding amending the existing Trade Marks Act in the UK. It aims to implement the most recent Trade Marks Directive from the EU. Most of the provisions laid out in… Continue Reading →

Dawn Ellmore explains why support roles are vital to IP law

When it comes to Intellectual Property (IP), nothing can be left to chance. Every small detail of a client’s case must be recorded, analysed and worked on in a specific way in order to achieve their goals. And an attorney… Continue Reading →

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