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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 →

Dawn Ellmore 2021 Salary Survey – Buoyant Intellectual Property Market Despite the Challenges of the Past 12 Months

Dawn Ellmore Employment has recently finalised its annual salary guide and, in what has undoubtedly been a challenging year for the Intellectual Property profession, we are pleased to be able to report that the IP and Legal markets remain buoyant,… Continue Reading →

Patents Reveal the Technology Behind Disney’s Star Wars Hotel

Whilst we can’t go very far from our homes at the moment, some recent US patent activity relating to Disney’s Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser hotel has allowed us to imagine a time when we will be able to take our… Continue Reading →

Hyundai’s Strategic Move Towards Cutting-Edge Technology

The South Korean car manufacturer Hyundai has, in the past, been seen as lagging somewhat behind its rivals in terms of its ability to embrace emerging technologies. Its more recent activities suggest that the company is addressing this, and could… Continue Reading →

Mark Zuckerberg: From Child Prodigy to Multi-Billionaire

In February 2004, Mark Zuckerberg and four of his Harvard roommates launched a social networking service which they named “TheFacebook”. Facebook is a name which has become synonymous with the social media age, and on the anniversary of the service’s… 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 — Is a career as a Patent Attorney for you?

  In today’s corporate world, Intellectual Property (IP) law is a central part for businesses. For Patent Attorneys, it’s a sector of law that offers huge amounts of variety, a good work/life balance and a career path with longevity. What… Continue Reading →

Think About Things Differently: Navigating the Job Market in 2021

As the COVID-19 pandemic took hold during 2020, and we were all – at best – experiencing a prolonged period of remote working, one might be forgiven for thinking that it wasn’t the best time to be thinking of changing… Continue Reading →

Trade mark news on LinkedIn: will Spurs have to pay Chelsea for José Mourinho trade marks?

Associate Director Luke Rehbein on the LinkedIn story shared by the World Trademark Review on the battle for José Mourinho’s name. It’s all change at Tottenham Hotspur football club. In November 2019, the club fired long-term manager Mauricio Pochettino and… Continue Reading →

Dawn Ellmore Trade mark news on LinkedIn: Booking.com dispute with USPTO reaches the Supreme Court

Luke Rehbein on Booking.com versus the USPTO reaches the Supreme Court How generic can a domain name registration be? This is the issue playing out in the US trade mark sector right now, using a case involving Booking.com. The US… Continue Reading →

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