Anti-Counterfeiting

AAT Insights – Are chinese applicants gaming the system?

Partner and Retail team member Ian Gill gives a short insight into defending WowWee’s rights against Chinese applicants Visit our youtube channel for more videos like this. If you are unable to view the video above, below is an accessible version: Those with young children will likely have heard of Fingerlings, but for those who have… Read more »

AA Thornton are ranked in the Legal 500 2020

AA Thornton is ranked as a top tier firm The Legal 500 2020 edition has now been published and we are absolutely delighted to be recommended as a top-tier firm for our trade marks practice, which was described as “strong”, “dedicated” and an “excellent team of knowledgeable and genuinely good people”. We also remain highly recommended for our patents… Read more »

IACC Annual Spring Conference 2019 and 40th Anniversary

Partner Ian Gill attends the 40th Anniversary of IACC’s spring conference   Partner and Trade Mark Attorney Ian Gill attended the International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition’s( IACC) 2019 Annual Spring Conference, in Boston, MA,  in the days before INTA where more than 500 attendees from 50 countries gathered at the largest Spring Conference in the organisation’s history…. Read more »

INTA’s 141st Annual Meeting – Boston 2019

  Partners and Trade Mark Attorneys Ian Gill,  Rachel Havard and Sarah Darby along with Litigation Partner Geoff Hussey and Patent Attorney and Partner Nick South represented AA Thornton at the INTA 141st Annual Meeting in Boston this year. With the increasing importance of brands to consumers, companies and the global economy, the INTA Annual… Read more »

AAT Insights – The importance of IP for small businesses

Hiplok talk to Geoff Hussey about the importance of IP In this video client Hiplok talk to partner Geoff Hussey about how they design their products, and the importance of IP for small businesses. Hiplok design innovative security locks for cyclists. They also happen to be the designers of the world’s first wearable bike lock…. Read more »

AA Thornton Partners recommended in the World Trademark Review 2019

AA Thornton Partners Ian and Vanessa are mentioned in the 2019 edition of the World Trademark Review We are thrilled to announce that Partner Ian Gill and Consulting Attorney Vanessa Lawrence, have been, once again, recommended in the 2019 edition of the World Trademark Review (WTR) 1000: The World’s Leading Trademark Professionals, in the “prosecution and strategy” category…. Read more »

RACETECH: The problem of counterfeiting in Motorsport

Fake News! The problem of counterfeiting in Motorsport Partner Alex Bone and Associate Patent Attorney, Stuart Greenwood recently wrote an article for the December / January issue of RACETECH magazine. Their article ‘Fake News!’ discussed how fake goods are increasingly a problem in the motorsport industry and offered advice on how to counter the counterfeiters…. Read more »

Brexit: Considerations for European Union Trade Marks and Registered Community Designs

Brexit: Considerations for European Union Trade Marks and Registered Community Designs What is the current situation? The UK is to leave the EU (“Brexit”) on 29 March 2019. When Brexit becomes fully effective, EU unitary trade mark registrations (“EUTMs”) and registered Community designs (“RCDs”) will cease to have effect in the UK, but will continue… Read more »

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