Alexandra Brodie Wragge & Co LLP
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European Union - February 19 2013
In the last few years, there has been a quantum shift in how software consumers obtain their purchases. Tangible products are being increasingly…
Co-authors: Patrick Arben.
United Kingdom - November 27 2012
This Court of Appeal judgment is yet another judgment in the long-running trade mark infringement litigation, concerning the use of Google AdWords, between Marks & Spencer and Interflora.
Co-authors: Bonita Trimmer.
United Kingdom - September 3 2012
The operator of surfthechannel.com (STC), a website providing links to film and TV content, recently received a four-year prison sentence.
Co-authors: Victoria Bentley.
United Kingdom - November 15 2011
Small and medium size enterprises have traditionally been wary of enforcing their intellectual property rights because of the cost of taking action, the possibility that they will have to pay a sum into court by way of security for costs, and the risk that, should they lose, they will be liable for the other side's costs as well.
United Kingdom - February 11 2011
Enforcing trade marks that may have descriptive connotations is not without difficulty, yet they are often the most desirable for effective and memorable marketing campaigns.