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Man of the Match

Several readers of the Daily Telegraph (17 September 2012) thought it must be April Fool’s Day when they read about the trade mark on the words, MAN OF THE MATCH . “I know I dropped off during Downton Abbey but it seems I have slept right through to April 1st!” said one. Howev... More >>

Stop the Online Squatters

According to the Daily Telegraph this week disputes over domain names have hit a record high. Domain squatters will usually use an existing company’s trade mark in a domain name to divert traffic to the new fake site or to make the company buy back their rightful name. The Telegraph noted ... More >>

China's Trademark Applications Exceeds 10m

The number of applications submitted for trade mark registration reached over 10 million at the end of June 2012, ranking the first in the world, said ChinaDaily.com this week. China, the ‘workshop of the world’, is the choice for many UK companies when it comes to manufacturing good... More >>

Campaign Update on KEEP CALM AND CARRY ON

We would like to give you an update on the 'KEEP CALM AND CARRY ON' campaign and our actions to cancel the EU trade mark registration for'KEEP CALM AND CARRY ON' by a company belonging to Mr Mark Coop. The trade mark registration gives the owner trade mark rights in all EU countr... More >>

A Trade Mark Can Stop Fakes Ruining Your Business

Fake goods are nothing new but a trade mark can stop a rogue competitor in their tracks. Professional Golf Europe (PGE), a leading manufacturer of high end Golf equipment with brands such as VEGA and Radius putters, recently took action against a Chinese supplier selling fake versions of PGE'... More >>

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