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Certainty on Brexit implications for EU Trade Marks and Designs moves closer. FRKelly’s Niamh Hall and Adam Flynn examine the Brexit state of play for IP owners

United Kingdom, European Union, Ireland - June 12 2018 There has been much discussion in recent times on Brexit and its likely implications for intellectual property. Now that the draft Withdrawal...

Adam Flynn.


Don’t fall for the scammers! Swedish prosecutions show the importance of remaining cautious of suspicious invoices

Sweden, European Union - April 6 2018 On 20 December 2017, the Swedish Court of Appeal sentenced four individuals to prison for a number of crimes relating to the issuing of fraudulent...

Rachel Brady.


No healthy profit in nutritional supplements trade mark case

Ireland - August 4 2017 In Nutrimedical BV v Nualtra Ltd (2017 IEHC 253, May 2, 2017) the High Court highlighted the costs and risks of litigation, particularly where the...


How close is too close? Statements of support from connected parties in genuine use examined

European Union - June 15 2017 In MI Industries Inc v European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) (Case T-3016), the General Court has clarified several principles relating...


Licensed to Brexit

United Kingdom, European Union - March 15 2017 With Brexit moving closer, this is an opportune time to give your intellectual property licenses a health check to ensure that they are future-proofed...