Intellectual Property Solicitors

What is a trademark?

by Redmans on November 1, 2012

Trademarks are a form of intellectual property, a branding of ownership on a particular sign that represents a business’ goods or services. Trademarks are quite simple to create, register and protect. However, the definition and nature of trademarks are often a source of mystery to the individual layman. This post will therefore attempt to sweep […]


What forms of intellectual property are there?

by Redmans on October 15, 2012

This post addresses the basics of the law of intellectual property by outlining what forms of intellectual property exist under the law of England and Wales, how they’re defined, and what they’re useful for. This is only, as above, a basic guide and we recommend talking to an intellectual property solicitor, particularly if your intellectual […]


A new fast-track court for intellectual property disputes has been launched in the United Kingdom with a “small claims court” being opened at the Patent County Courts. This post will take a look at this change, assess the advantages and disadvantages of such a system, and see how it will aid the parties to litigation. […]


Welcome to Intellectual Property Blawg

by WardblawG on April 24, 2011

Welcome to Intellectual Property Blawg, a legal news blog on intellectual propery law for IP lawyers, the general public and potential clients of intellectual property solicitors. A complex area of law requiring expert advice from solicitors, intellectual property law is the law governing intellectual property rights, including patents, copyright, trade marks and design rights. Together, […]