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27 02, 2020

NI Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Expo

2022-02-16T11:16:22+00:00February 27, 2020|News|

A good day exhibiting at the Northern Ireland Manufacturing and Supply Chain Conference raising awareness of the importance of Intellectual Property to every business. Cherrie Stewart, a Chartered Trade Mark Attorney, and Isabel Meenan, a Chartered Patent Attorney, manned the stand fielding all sorts of enquiries about all manner of [...]

12 02, 2020

Election Slogans – Do they make Good Trade Marks?

2022-02-16T11:16:54+00:00February 12, 2020|News|

Peter MacLachlan, a trade mark director based in our Dublin office, made notice of the slogans used in the recent general election in Ireland. He writes:- As you may or not be aware it is possible to register a slogan as a trade mark. What brought this to mind in [...]

4 02, 2020

Adopting a new brand – cautionary tales

2022-02-16T11:17:15+00:00February 4, 2020|News|

Brands, often referred to as trade marks, are those signs which identify one company’s products and services from those of their competitors. They can consist of words, logos, slogans, colours, noises, gestures, smells or a combination of these things. Brands can be a company’s biggest asset; in 2018 Interbrand valued [...]

21 01, 2020

How to protect your trade secrets

2022-02-16T11:17:32+00:00January 21, 2020|News|

Do you know what a trade secret is? Do you know how to go about identifying and protecting your trade secrets? Read more to find out more about how you can manage these vital assets for your business. Trade secrets are an unregistered form of IP. There are no records [...]

12 01, 2020

A New Year’s resolution suggestion

2022-02-16T11:17:59+00:00January 12, 2020|News|

If you haven’t already considered what New Year’s resolutions you should be planning and adhering to, we have a suggestion to make. Please remember to consider Intellectual Property (IP) at the start of a project. Don’t leave it until you have already made substantial progress, only to discover that there [...]

10 01, 2020

Protect Your Brand Workshops with Women in Business NI

2022-02-16T11:18:11+00:00January 10, 2020|News|

Ansons are delighted to be working with Women in Business NI to bring you a workshop entitled "Protect Your Brand". Every business has a brand and every brand has signs, i.e. trade marks, which serve to identify their goods and services to the consumer. Adopting and securing good trade marks [...]

3 10, 2019

Applying Creativity and Logic to solve the Trade Mark challenge!

2022-02-16T11:18:33+00:00October 3, 2019|News|

When: 3rd October 2019 Where: Innovation Factory, Forthriver Buisness Park, 385 Springfield Road, BELFAST, BT12 7DG Join us for a unique session that brings together two very different personalities who, through their shared experiences, bring a different perspective on how the design and legal process together can deliver on the [...]

17 01, 2019

Dr. Nikos Minas presents at the Manufacturing and Supply Chain Conference

2022-02-16T11:25:19+00:00January 17, 2019|News|

We were delighted to have Dr Nikos Minas presenting at the Manufacturing and Supply Chain Conference. Nikos talked about the Role of Intellectual Property in an Open Innovation Ecosystem, which is becoming the “go to” strategy for developing innovative products and services. Nikos also chaired the session on business technology. [...]

13 09, 2018

Masterclass: Making Money from your Intellectual Property

2022-02-16T11:26:11+00:00September 13, 2018|News|

Ansons is teaming up with Leytons and the Innovation Factory to deliver a a Masterclass with the aim of assisting attendees identify their Intellectual Property and release the money earning potential from these lucrative, intangible and often over looked assets. We will explore the different types of Intellectual Property , [...]

25 07, 2018

Supplementary Protection Certificates

2022-02-16T11:26:38+00:00July 25, 2018|News|

A Supplementary Protection Certificate (SPC) extends protection of a patented product past the 20 year term (for a maximum further term of 5 years) if that product is also protected by a marketing authorisation. However, whether a product covered by a marketing authorisation is “protected” by a patent has been [...]

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