The new year is now well under way and with the economy picking up at last we can all feel a little more optimistic. Here at eccora we are looking forward to further expansion as a result of increasing business activity and growing demand for our specialist IP expertise.
For all our clients and contacts, we wish you all the best for next year. Read More
We are delighted to announce that Gavin Hyde-Blake has joined the eccora team as Head of Research & Investigation. Read More
eccora is delighted to launch it’s new website. With the help of Silverleaf, we are delighted that our new website has gone live. Since our establishment in 2009, we have continued to develop our range of IP research, investigation and acquisition services to assist client’s in the establishment, development, management and protection of Intellectual Property Rights.
Apple has recently abandoned its attempt to trademark the “Pod” trademark. Even though this was a battle that lasted for seven years, Apple decided to abandon its attempts on 13 April 2011. It is yet not known why Apple attempted to trademark the “Pod” mark over and over again, and then give up .It seems that the first filling was made on 29 July 2004. In December last year, the company abandoned its attempt, only to try again one month later, in January 2011. Clients looking to determine potential prior-rights or assess the registrability of a trade mark can use eccora’s common law service.