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Digital signage and copyright


Digital signage is a form of technology which allows you to present great content in an effective manner. It’s up to you to provide the great content and it’s important […]

The eleven of hearts and European trade mark reform

European Trade Mark Reform

On 1 October 2017, certain key changes will come into force in respect of EU Trade Mark law and procedure. What are these changes and how will they affect trade […]

International trade marks and the REAL Madrid

International trademarks

What do Cristiano Ronaldo and international trade mark registration have in common? The real Madrid For brand owners looking to register their trade mark rights in multiple jurisdictions, the Madrid […]

What are trade mark classes and why are they so important?

Trade mark classes

Every entrepreneur needs to think about trade marks when looking to invest in their branding, in particular, the ‘class(es)’ within which to register their trade mark. This is an area where people […]

Protect your brand – How to register your trade mark today!

Protect your brand

If you’re a start-up business, having a strong brand is vital. Now, we at Rocket Lawyer appreciate that with so many things to juggle (such as fine-tuning your product and […]

Trade marks and trade mark trolls

Trade mark trolls

All entrepreneurs should be aware of their rights regarding intellectual property (IP) and how to protect these (potentially very valuable) assets. Words, logos, sounds, symbols and slogans can all be […]

Keeping your trade secrets – secret!

Keep your trade secrets secret

Some of the most important assets of many startups or small businesses consist of their intellectual property and/or trade secrets such as market strategies and client lists. However, in order to […]

5 IP facts that new businesses owners should know

New IP ideas to protect

In this series of posts about starting a new business, I’ve discussed How NOT to name your new business, funding your startup, 5 pre-registration decisions you need to make for […]

Copyright or copywrong? – What changes in IP law mean for you


An amendment to copyright law taking effect last week means that parodies will now be an exception to copyright infringement in the UK – but only if they are funny. […]

What is intellectual property?

What is IP?

So, imagine the scene. You’ve spent weeks, months or even years, dreaming about making your brilliant idea into a business reality. You’ve taken those first tentative steps – registered a […]