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Trade mark search - the Keltie difference

Our trade mark attorneys add real value to our clients, by asking them the right questions at the beginning of their creative project. Whilst many clients could perform some basic trade mark due diligence themselves, using publicly available trade mark databases and non-specialised search engines, this will not provide the full picture.

 

At Keltie, our trade mark attorneys are involved in cutting-edge advancements in machine learning and algorithm development to search for relevant marks, compare them and assign each a score-risk rating. It is this level of detail and the incisive questions we ask our clients that set us apart.

 

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10.01.2022

Pharmaceutical trade marks - top tips

Choosing a unique trade mark is important in any field; however, the pharmaceutical industry features some unique trade mark challenges.

MoreThe long-term impact of Brexit on trade marks and designs

12.09.2022

The long-term impact of Brexit on trade marks and designs

Six years on from the Brexit referendum, we can happily say that the measures put in place for trade marks and designs have been successful in delivering a smooth transition. But IP owners now need to pay attention to upcoming changes to rights of representation, particularly in light of the huge growth in applications at the UK IPO.

MoreProtecting NFTs and cryptofinance services as trade marks

10.08.2022

Protecting NFTs and cryptofinance services as trade marks

The EUIPO recently published new guidance on the classification of trade mark applications for non-fungible tokens (NFTs). This guidance is helpful as we are seeing many filings in this area; however, further clarification may be needed.

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