The Shnuggle v. Munchkin case further highlights the need (after the Trunkie case) for registered designs to be signed off by specialists. Read more.
Author: Lauren Waterman
IP Insight is a case study series from Virtuoso Legal, the intellectual property specialists. This case concerns preparation of undertakings when defending a interim prohibitory injunction claim. On 2 July 2019, Ms. Pat Treacy,...
Virtuoso Legal IP Top 10: February – Whisky Business, Article 13’s “Door in the Face” and Football Stickers
Whilst February was the shortest month of the year, it was also extremely eventful. Across the World of IP there were a host of headlines that hit our radar. Here (in no particular order) is a slightly humorous look at 10 stories from February 2019 that caught our eye.
The Cypriot government suffered defeat in the UK High Court when appeal was dismissed against invalidatatio of the “Halloumi” trade mark.
In the past week news broke that Burberry had incinerated £28.3 million-worth of their own stock. The stock that was burnt included finished goods such as: garments, cosmetics and perfume. This act of...