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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 →

How a photographer is taking on Prince’s estate over copyright infringement

Luke Rehbein, Associate Director at Dawn Ellmore Employment, on the story of how a photographer is taking on Prince’s estate over copyright infringement  In a copyright story with a twist, a photographer is taking the late singer Prince’s estate to court…. Continue Reading →

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

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 12 patents of Christmas

It’s that time of year again, when we all eat a bit too much, drink a bit too much and have a lovely festive holiday. In spirit of the holidays, the Dawn Ellmore IP recruitment team have decided to look… Continue Reading →

Dawn Ellmore Salary Guide 2020: Good news for IP professionals

The latest salary research for the whole of the Intellectual Property profession in the UK, conducted by Dawn Ellmore Employment, has been released. It shows good news for workers across the Intellectual Property sector, with steady increases in basic salaries… Continue Reading →

Keeping up with the Kardashian trade marks

Ever since Keeping Up With The Kardashians burst onto our screens in 2007, Kris Jenner and the rest of the Kardashian/Jenner family have been working hard to make sure their names stay in the limelight. Central to this is an… Continue Reading →

Office inventions – making your life easier since the 1860s

The recent death of Larry Tesler, the computer scientist who created the “cut, copy and paste” functions used so often in offices throughout the world on a daily basis, lead us to reflect on other innovations that we take for… Continue Reading →

H&M earns its stripes in long running trade mark battle

Cast your minds back to 1997: Tony Blair led the Labour party to a landslide election victory, Manchester United were crowned Premier League champions for the second successive season, and MmmBop and Barbie Girl were dominating the airwaves. It was… Continue Reading →

“OK Google, have you stolen our tech?”

Sonos, the US home speaker pioneer, has recently brought a patent infringement action against Google, claiming amongst other things that Google’s own branded speakers infringe on Sonos’s technology. We take a look at how the companies got to this position,… Continue Reading →

Trade mark news on LinkedIn: Beyoncé ramps up trade mark battle for daughter’s name

Luke Rehbein on the LinkedIn story about Beyonce’s trade mark battle Global superstar singer Beyoncé wants to trade mark her daughter’s name. The seven-year-old, called ‘Blue Ivy’ is the subject of a David and Goliath style trade mark battle between… Continue Reading →

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