Dawn Ellmore – LinkedIn Round up: April 2018​

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Have you kept up with our blog posts this month? If not, don’t worry, we’ve collected them altogether in one handy post. 10 April: Dawn Ellmore reviews recent UK patent applications with the EPO We looked at the European 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 →

Coreg Patent Trial results in a $235 Million Win for GlaxoSmithKline from Teva Pharmaceuticals

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A US jury recently ordered Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd to pay GlaxoSmithKline Plc $235 million ($234.1 million in lost profits and $1.4 million in royalties) for infringing a patent covering its blood pressure drug Coreg. A US federal jury found… 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 →

A selection of Easter patents

Easter may not have quite the commercial cache as Christmas for retailers, but it’s still a massive shopping event. Research from Finder shows that the UK is gearing up to spend about £1.1 billion for Easter 2019. As with any… Continue Reading →

Warner Bros failed trade mark application | Dawn Ellmore Employment

Warner Bros Entertainment (Warner Bros.) is inextricably linked with the uber-successful Harry Potter franchise thanks to producing all eight movies. However, when they attempted to trade mark a famous phrase used in the Harry Potter universe, they were denied by… Continue Reading →

The world’s first patent for a jet suit has gone to a British company

We could be a few inches closer to a real-life Iron Man, such is the success of a jet suit devised by a British company. London-based Gravity Industries has been improving its jet suit since it was launched in 2017,… Continue Reading →

Banksy wins trade mark infringement case against Italian museum

When it comes to trade mark infringement, it seems even Banksy has limits. The anonymous street artist may have famously said “copyright is for losers”, but that didn’t stop him winning an infringement case against an Italian museum.   Over… Continue Reading →

BlackBerry sues Twitter for patent infringement

BlackBerry has added to its lawsuits against Facebook and Snap for patent infringement, with a new one against Twitter. One year after suing Facebook for violation of its messaging patents, BlackBerry is going after Twitter for patent infringement. BlackBerry is… Continue Reading →

Why the Kardashian-Jenner sisters are trying to trade mark their children’s names

When the Kardashians broke through into the mainstream in 2007 with the first season of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, it was not obvious they would garner wealth and success that has seen the youngest sister becoming very wealthy  at… Continue Reading →

Apple patent filing outlines biometric vehicle unlocking system

Apple is a company the world watches for innovative and technological development. Its ethos is always to push boundaries and come up with every more sophisticated products to improve people’s lives. And over the last few years, it has been… Continue Reading →

Patent application suggests Amazon is set to change the way people buy clothes | Dawn Ellmore

A recent patent application to the Intellectual Property Office (UKIPO) shows that e-commerce giant Amazon is attempting to revolutionise the way we shop for clothes. Since Amazon started 25 years ago, it has slowly and steadily transformed the way that… Continue Reading →

Shock defeat for McDonald’s as it’s stripped of its ‘Big Mac’ EU trade mark

For more than 50 years McDonald’s has been a mainstay brand around the world. According to the corporate website, McDonald’s has restaurants in more than 100 countries, that serve over 69 million people every day of the year. With such… Continue Reading →

Heineken files trade mark application aimed at 2026 World Cup

Dutch beer manufacturer has outlined its intentions regarding long-term involvement with soccer in the US with its latest trade mark application. Already the partner of the professional football league in the US, which is called Major League Soccer (MLS), Heineken… Continue Reading →

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