How strong is your brand?

12th November 2021


How strong is your brand and does it need to be protected? Trade marks are the basis of a brand’s identity. To strengthen the brands’ identity, it is recommended that there is a dynamic approach taken to ensure the brand … Continue reading


COVID19 and the UK IPO

9th April 2020

The UK Intellectual Property Office (“UK IPO”) is the central registry in the UK responsible for dealing with trade mark, design right and patent applications. The UK IPO has confirmed in a recent update that examination reports for UK trade … Continue reading


COVID19 and Data Protection

8th April 2020

The Information Commissioner’s Office (“ICO”) have issued a statement regarding the recent COVID19 outbreak and the impact on the UK’s data protection regime. Many businesses may be required to spend the majority of their time dealing with the consequences of … Continue reading


Navas Drinks Limited

12th February 2020

Navas Drinks Limited (“Navas”) is a Cornish company producing premium mixers made from natural, high quality, ingredients. Navas was founded by Nick Marsh, Kim Conchie and Marcus Rampley, who are committed to supporting the local community and promoting environmentally conscious, … Continue reading


The Cornish Pasty Problem – protecting the Cornish pasty post Brexit

30th January 2020

The much-loved Cornish pasty was given ‘protected status’, or to use their snappy technical phrase ‘protected geographical indication status’, by the European Union in 2011. But the big question for Cornish pasty makers as we leave the EU at the … Continue reading


How to protect against competitors bidding for your brand keywords

4th November 2019

Competitors bidding on brand keywords in relation to online listings has been the subject of much discussion and media attention in recent years. Many will remember Samsung’s famous “Awkward. You obviously mean S6” Google campaign that targeted Apple’s iPhone 6s. … Continue reading


Software Development

16th December 2015

Our client specialises in developing seismic processing software products. Our client has granted licences in respect of this software throughout the world.   Our client was recently approached by a company incorporated in the USA to develop a specific seismic … Continue reading


Rachel Tremaine

10th December 2015

Rachel is an Associate in the firm’s corporate team.   Rachel advises clients on a wide range of corporate matters including shareholders’ arrangements, group restructurings, business acquisitions and sales and partnership agreements, as well as leading the incorporation and company … Continue reading


Rebecca Anforth

10th December 2015

Rebecca is a Legal Director in the firm’s corporate and commercial team and heads the firm’s intellectual property offering.   Rebecca advises clients on a range of commercial matters including collaboration agreements, cross-licensing arrangements, supply agreements, outsourcing agreements, franchise agreements, … Continue reading