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While we still await clarity regarding when, and under what terms, the UK will leave the EU, what we do know is how Brexit will affect IP rights. Here, Serjeants provides an overview of how Brexit will impact Intellectual Property rights and what you should...

Experienced trade mark attorney at Serjeants, Leanne Hall, has recently upped her game with the Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys (CITMA) by joining its council. CITMA is a professional membership organisation that represents trade mark and design professionals. Not only do they provide support within...

A recent High Court decision has highlighted the importance of the ‘inventive concept’ of a patent when it comes to patent infringement. Serjeants’ expert patent attorney Tim Cadman explains: The wording of a patent claim is usually enough to determine patent infringement. However, in  Regen Lab...

Leicester City Football Club triumphed recently when the trade mark experts at Serjeants successfully defended the club’s rights in their registered trade mark ‘LCFC’, preventing an application for a similar mark. An application was made by Leeds City Football Club Limited (Leeds City Ltd) to register...

A final year product design and technology student from Loughborough University, and now a client of Serjeants, has received international coverage of his latest invention - an underwater jetpack. Archie O’Brien designed and developed a functional prototype of his underwater jetpack in just 12 months as...

Serjeants is celebrating 40 years in business and setting its sights on future growth. Founded in 1978 by the late Andrew Serjeant, our team of professionally qualified patent and trade mark attorneys works with a range of businesses from multi-nationals to SMEs, as well as with...