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IP & Brexit - Ensuring your IP remains valid and alive during this period of uncertainty

European Union, United Kingdom - April 2 2019 With ongoing discussion between the UK Government and the European Union about reaching a deal on Brexit, speculation continues about the possible…

Rachel Pieris, Robert Wulff

Why trade marks matter for wine makers and how “bad faith” can stop their registration

Australia - November 21 2018 This is why protecting a wine’s brand, which is reflected on the label, and its associated trade marks is so critical to wine makers. Just look at…

Claire Ramsay

Vitasoy International left out in the Cold with Its “Icy” Trade Mark

Australia - January 8 2018 Vitasoy International Holdings Limited has failed to have “Icy” registered as a trade mark in Australia following objections by The Coca-Cola Company…

Beating trade mark squatters in China - How Penfolds won back its name

China - January 23 2017 Since entering the Chinese market Treasury Wine Estates has distributed Penfolds wines, including its prestigious Grange, under the name Ben Fu…

Tom Johnston

What Michael Jordan wished he knew about Trade Marks in China

China - December 22 2016 Michael Jordan has been given the rights to the Mandarin version of his name after a five year legal battle...

Tom Johnston