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Artificial Intelligence – Our March 2020 report

Artificial Intelligence – Our March 2020 report According to the European Patent Office, for the first time in more than a decade, digital technologies have taken the lead in patent applications filed. Among the top technical fields digital communication (+19.6%) and computer technology (+10.2%) saw the steepest growth. The report, published on the 12th March… Read more »

Red Bull takes infringement matter by the horns

In a recent High Court decision, Red Bull has successfully brought infringement proceedings against Big Horn following its offer of energy drinks for sale under a similar get up to the well-known Red Bull products. Retail team member Simon Spink reports on the decision In a recent decision of the High Court, Red Bull has… Read more »

Artificial Intelligence and Trade Marks

Artificial Intelligence and Trade Marks When thinking about AI it is likely that patents will be the first form of protection which comes to mind, and rightly so, but it is important not to forget the value of other forms of IP to protect your AI business. A strong portfolio of a variety of different… Read more »

AA Thornton Partners ranked in the World Trade Mark Review 2020

Partners Ian and Vanessa are ranked in the 2020 edition of the World Trademark Review We are delighted to announce that Senior Partner Ian Gill and Consulting Attorney Vanessa Lawrence, have been, once again, recommended in the 2020 edition of the World Trademark Review (WTR) 1000: The World’s Leading Trademark Professionals, in the “prosecution and… Read more »

Legal update – Sky v Skykick a closer analysis

Trade Mark attorneys Louise Foster and Sarah Darby report further on the Sky v Skykick case with a closer analysis The CJEU has handed down its answers to the questions referred by the High Court of Justice England and Wales in the Sky v Skykick case (C-371/18).   Brief background to the dispute Sky is… Read more »

Skykick CJEU judgement brief summary

Skykick CJEU judgement brief summary   The CJEU has today answered the questions referred by the High Court of Justice England and Wales in the Sky v Skykick case (C-371/18), which were: 1. Can an EU trade mark or a national trade mark registered in a Member State be declared wholly or partially invalid on… Read more »

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