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The Waitrose Hotel Chocolat debate: What intellectual property lessons can businesses learn?

United Kingdom - July 11 2018 Things have been less than sweet recently in the chocolate world after boutique chocolatier Hotel Chocolat accused supermarket chain Waitrose of...

Moz the Monster vs. Mr Underbed

USA, United Kingdom - December 1 2017 A recent spat between former UK Children's Laureate, Chris Riddell and retail giant John Lewis raised interesting questions around the extent of...

Shaping up a strategy - non-traditional trade marks

United Kingdom - May 5 2016 A brand could be defined as the intangible sum of a product's attributes. A trademark, on the other hand, is the legal monopoly afforded to different...

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