The latest research has revealed that eight in ten companies experienced an aspect of trademark infringement during 2018.
Last week, the EU Trademarks Directive came into effect in the UK, bringing with it changes to the UK Trade Marks Act 1994 and the UK Trade Marks Rules 2008.
Fast food giant McDonald’s have suffered a severe blow regarding its trademarks after the EU Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) ruled against them in a landmark case.
Restaurant chain Wagamama has been successful in stopping the registration of a rival trademark after the UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO) ruled against the application from Cable Logic Europe.
Clothing and footwear brand Vans has taken legal action against retailer Primark for allegedly copying the design of two of its iconic trainers.