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Month: December 2018

Trade mark classes and avoid becoming a trade mark troll

Choosing The Right Trade Mark Classes – Don’t Be A Trade Mark Troll

Picking the right trade mark class or classes for your product or service is critical.  Get it wrong, and you will compromise the integrity of your most valuable asset. However, that doesn’t mean you should register it in umpteen classes ‘just to be on the safe side.’ Avoid becoming a Trade Mark Troll To ‘troll’ […]

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December 27, 2018 Rachael
pawsecco trade mark opposition

Trade Mark Catastrophe leaves Pawsecco in the doghouse

Dr Stephen James writes again for Ward Trade Marks. Stephen is a past president of CITMA, and a leading practitioner with almost 40 years’ experience in UK and EU trade mark law.This time he reviews a UK IPO trade mark opposition case where an application for a playful word mark covering dog treats was alleged to […]

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December 17, 2018 Bill
trade mark advice worth its weight in gold

Professional Trade Mark Advice Is Worth Its Weight In Gold

Last month, we looked at what could potentially happen to your brand if you went down the DIY trade mark route. One error could lead to extra costs, time delays in achieving your trade mark registration, and even catastrophic damage to your brand.

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December 11, 2018 Rachael