Tagged: Brand Protection

Unfair Advantage

The Question of Unfair Advantage of Famous Reputation Brands: Online, Internationally and Programmatically

This blog is the second part of our series following our successful landmark ruling in the matter of Argos Ltd v Argos Systems Inc in the Court of Appeal. “Piggybacking” off a well known brand’s reputation? Lakmal Walawage looks at the question of unfair advantage online, through AdSense and outside the jurisdiction of famous brands.

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Brand Breakdown 002 TESLA

There are a small number of companies that earn a unique global status for the work they do. These companies become household names and are recognised the world over through their brands. In this...

Who Murdered My IP?

Who murdered my IP? It is a sad fact that, statistically, if someone is murdered, it is highly likely that the crime was committed by someone they know. Murderers often have: a depth of...

Trademarks in football

Who the (ahem) are Man United*?

The unbelievable value of trademarks in football [Part 1] One of the most interesting things about trademarks and IP is how hidden their value seems; for something said to be so important. It’s often...