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Tales of a Trainee

Tales of a Trainee

A blog by trainees for trainees. Trainees at all years of their training from Wynne-Jones IP share their insights into their experiences of life in and outside of the training academy, what it's like to work at Wynne-Jones IP and their journeys that they have taken to become fully fledged attorneys.

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What Makes us Different

Celebrating LGBTQ+ in STEM
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Celebrating LGBTQ+ in STEM

Inclusivity in intellectual property has been a prominent theme for the team at Wynne-Jones IP this year. We have been working closely with IP Inclusive to promote greater diversity and inclusivity throughout, not just our firm, but the profession as a whole. And today we celebrate another vital milestone the very first annual LGBT STEM Day, which highlights the invaluable contribution of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people to the STEM industry.

New partner appointment at Wynne-Jones IP
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New partner appointment at Wynne-Jones IP

Leading intellectual property firm Wynne Jones IP has appointed a senior member of its team to a prestigious role within the firm. Patent Attorney Elliott Davies has been promoted to the role of Partner following continued success within the business.

ECJ ruling sees Louboutin walk all over the competition
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ECJ ruling sees Louboutin walk all over the competition

The question over whether a shoe sole can be trade marked has taken a designer step forward this week. Christian Louboutin has won the backing of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in its ongoing legal battle to protect its world-renowned red soled shoes.

Wynne-Jones IP  bolsters team with appointment of an experienced Patent & Trade Mark Attorney
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Wynne-Jones IP bolsters team with appointment of an experienced Patent & Trade Mark Attorney

Wynne-Jones IP has welcomed highly experienced Patent & Trade Mark Attorney, Martin Hyden, from the beginning of June to its Cheltenham-based Head Office.

3D trade marks – The key trends, the success stories, and the future
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3D trade marks – The key trends, the success stories, and the future

Three dimensional (3D) trade marks have featured prominently in the news in recent years due to the coverage given to some of the world’s biggest companies, which have achieved great successes and failures in relation to registration in equal measure. Gareth Jenkins and Don Pennant at leading intellectual property firm Wynne Jones IP, discuss why an investment in a 3D trade marks can provide unparalleled commercial benefits and industry success. However, caution is advised, and any potential owner should thoroughly research previous cases before making any application, so that a clear and realistic expectation of the scope of rights obtained can be considered.

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One step closer...UK ratifies the UPC Agreement

It has now been announced that the UK has ratified the Unified Patent Court Agreement (UPCA). This takes the Unified Patent Court one step closer to becoming an operational international court.

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Wynne Jones IP’s experts speak out for World IP Day

Four Wynne Jones IP experts are answering all the burning questions to help celebrate World IP Day 2018. The international initiative, celebrated on April 26, is this year highlighting the invaluable contribution made by inspirational women who have shaped the intellectual property profession globally. Here our trainee patent attorneys offer their insights into the IP industry, reveal client misconceptions, and share their top tips!

UK design applications go up with Brexit on the horizon
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UK design applications go up with Brexit on the horizon

The UKIPO has published some figures on designs registered at the UKIPO in the last 10 years, in response to a Freedom of Information request.