The McKosher, Donald Trump’s Trade Mark for Bricklaying (IN MEXICO) and Brexit – Today’s Interesting IP


Today’s daily rundown of interesting Intellectual Property, Copyright and Trade Mark news and bits and pieces from the web include what would happen to our IP rights in the event of Brexit, the Australian Trade Mark Office turning down a Trade Mark application for “McKosher”, Marks and Spencer “Simply” Trade Mark fight, The Earnhardt surname and whether an Earnhardt can use it, plus this day in Trade Mark history and much more! Click any of the links below for more…


About the author 

Brian Conroy

I am a Trademark, Corporate and Commercial Litigation Solicitor with a background in the media industry. I specialise in Data Protection, Media, and Intellectual Property Law, both contentious and non-contentious. I trained with McCann FitzGerald in Dublin, and spent 13 years working within the Denis O'Brien owned Communicorp Group of radio stations. For further information or to arrange a consultation or call back phone Leman Solicitors on 01 6393000

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