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Keep up-to-date with the latest CFC press releases, product launches, new hires, marketing promotions, event information and much more by viewing the stories below. These are taken directly from our various company blogs.

23rd May 2017/ IP NEWS

Chocolate in 3D

Here is some recent legal news that we didn’t mind sinking our teeth into… It was revealed last week that Nestle failed in a bid to register 3D trade...

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14th March 2017/ IP NEWS

Swiss are patent application champions

Each year, the European Patent Office releases in-depth statistics about patent applications by country. The results of their research are published ...

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8th March 2017/ IP NEWS

Bite-sized IP

We like to keep you informed about the legal structure and remedies for intellectual property, so we were pleased to discover IP watchdog recently pu...

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8th February 2017/ IP NEWS

Streams of lawsuits

There have been further developments in intellectual property litigation in the USA as San Francisco-based OpenTV, now owned by Swiss digital company...

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6th February 2017/ IP NEWS

Parodies in trademark – the case of Louis Vuitton

A recent case in the Southern District of New York resulted in a loss for luxury brand Louis Vuitton when the provisions of a ‘parody defence’ was te...

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12th January 2017/ IP NEWS

UK & Europe – IP update

Unified Patent Court The biggest development in European patents this year will be the Unified Patent Court (UPC). The UPC is an agreement which seek...

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15th December 2016/ IP NEWS

Farewell 2016, Hello 2017 – the year in review

It’s the end of the year and as always, there’s a slew of reviews out there, of everything from movies to albums and songs, to the inevitable ‘fails’...

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1st December 2016/ IP NEWS

Christmas shopping ideas…the cutting edge version!

We have been kept busy this year, with our broker partners sharing some of the most innovative risks we have ever seen, including a lot of start-ups ...

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