Entries by Kim Huggins

The Trunki case – designers be forewarned

Designers should take note of the decision and guidance offered following the UK Supreme Court decision in the Trunki case. The UK’s highest court unanimously upheld the decision by the Court of Appeal that rival manufacturer of the Kiddee Case, PMS International Group Plc, did not infringe the UK registered design rights owned by Magmatic […]

An Innocent mistake

A recent case involving the social enterprise responsible for Innocent Smoothies highlights the risks of not getting intellectual property rights assigned. Fresh Trading Limited (Innocent) commissioned a design company to design a logo for its smoothie products. That logo is the well-known one shown here. In return for the transfer of the intellectual property rights […]