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The emergence of Emma Raducanu, from nowhere to US Open champion in a few short months, lead to the inevitable opportunities for commercialisation – and the opportunity for unrelated parties to attempt to make money from the Raducanu brand. There… Continue Reading →

The role of AI in IP

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 →

Nothing says I love you like a patented “Love Box”

On St. Valentine’s Day, the team at Dawn Ellmore Employment take a look at the most innovative Valentine’s patents. The Love Box A patent for this, ahem, “invention” was obtained in the USA by Dale A. Ledman and George Spector… Continue Reading →

A look at novelty Christmas patents

As another festive season approaches, Dawn Ellmore Employment takes a look at some of the more interesting Christmas tree related patents that have been granted over the USA. Device for dispensing tinsel Back in 1970, J. Postolowski must have wondered… Continue Reading →

The Life and Innovations of Sir Clive Sinclair

With the news of the recent passing of Sir Clive Sinclair, we take a look back at the life and innovations of a pioneering man who was in many ways ahead of his time, and was one of the founding… Continue Reading →

NASA: One Giant Leap for Patents

In the week of the anniversary of the US National Aeronautics and Space Agency – known to you and I as NASA – being established, Dawn Ellmore Employment blasts off into the world of NASA’s patent portfolio to uncover some… Continue Reading →

How Technology is Shaping the Beautiful Game

With the delayed Euro 2020 men’s football tournament currently in full flow across Europe, as well as the Copa America simultaneously taking part in Brazil, Dawn Ellmore Employment takes a look at the technological advancements that have been made in… Continue Reading →

The Tetris Puzzle: How to Stop Copycat Game Publishers in Their Tracks

The much-loved video game Tetris was first published on 6th June 1984 and, as with anything that gains popularity, many copycat versions have appeared over the years. In this article, Dawn Ellmore Employment takes a look at the history of… Continue Reading →

Haven’t I Seen You Somewhere Before? A Look at Supermarket Copycat Branding

With the recent splash of publicity regarding supermarket copycat branding, brought about after Aldi incurred the wrath of Marks & Spencer’s legal team after releasing their “Cuthbert the Caterpillar” cake, in this blog article Dawn Ellmore Employment looks back over… Continue Reading →

Mary Dixon Kies: The First Woman to Receive a U.S. Patent, and Who Continues to Impact on Our Easter Celebrations

As we look forward to the Easter holiday, and having in the last month celebrated International Women’s Day, Dawn Ellmore Employment takes a look back at the first woman to receive a U.S. patent, and her patented weaving technique which… Continue Reading →

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