Category A projects are those with the potential to have adverse environmental and/or social impacts.
Some countries may allow you to extend your UK IP protection and accept it as protected in that country after completing local formalities
Details of all scheduled trade mark (unless otherwise specified) procedural hearings, main hearings and appeals to the appointed person.
We provide advice to Ministers, who decide whether the UK should submit observations and intervene in Court of Justice (CJ) cases concerning IP.
Details of the exceptions to copyright that allow limited use of copyright works without the permission of the copyright owner.
Toshiba is the first organisation to have its distinctive multimedia 'motion' mark registered under changes to UK trade mark law implemented in January 2019.
Thinking of doing business in South East Asia, China, Brazil and India? Help and advice is available through our IP liaison officers (attaches).
The IPO's IP for business tools and guidance can help you create value from your ideas, turning inspiration into sustainable business success.
This guide is for businesses and sets out ways to successfully manage their intangible assets, or IP.