IP Insight: Beauty Bay Ltd v Benefit Cosmetic Ltd  EWHC 1150 (Ch) (14 May 2019) IP Insight is a series form Virtuoso Legal, the intellectual property specialists. This post reviews Beauty Bay Ltd...
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You wouldn’t drive your car without insurance, so why run your business that way? Philip Partington looks at the value of proper trade mark advice.
How do you get motivated when the summer draws a lull? This blog post is something a little bit different from our normal wheelhouse. The reason for this will become clear toward the end,...
McDonald’s suffered their second big trade mark knock as Supermac’s application for revocations of “Mc” has been partially granted.
The General Court provided on 14 May 2019 its decision in the case Moreira v EUIPO in relation to the mark “NEYMAR.” Razvan takes a closer look.
July’s IP top 10 looks at all of the big news from the month including the mammoth music case between a Christian rap group and Katy Perry. Read more:
Meet Ginger Ray, a client who has been with us for a number of years. Ginger Ray are a specialist designer, manufacturer and distributor of various partywear, tableware and other trend-setting designs and products for use at special occasions.
IP Insight: Claridge’s Hotel Limited v Claridge Candles Limited and Denise Shepherd in relation to the sale of CLARIDGE branded candles. Read more:
Jo Johnson may be reappointed as IP minister in his brother’s new cabinet. But what would this mean for the area and what’s his prior position?
IP Insight – Secretary of State for Health and another v Servier Laboratories Ltd and others  EWCA Civ 1160 Earlier this week, Virtuoso’s own Liz Ward was asked by LexisPSL to provide case...
Twentieth Century Fox v. Cyclone Events and Stiwt community theatre draws to a close, with a favourable settlement for our clients.
Virtuoso Legal secure settlement in claims against The Sunday Times and MailOnline for leading photographer
Virtuoso have secured settlement for their client, a leading photographer, for unathorised use of images in The Sunday Times and Mailonline. Read more.
Ellie Wilson has joined the team at Virtuoso Legal as a trainee solicitor. After impressing the team during a placement in earlier in 2019, Ellie has returned as a full time member of the...
The IP Top 10 of last month’s interesting headlines from around the globe; including: Kanye West, Superman, Rod Stewart and more.
IP Insight is a series from Virtuoso Legal the Intellectual Property Specialists. This case concerns “Chinese walls” information barriers, and their efficacy in small firms. Glencairn IP Holdings Ltd & Anor v Product Specialities...