Victor Caddy – Trade Mark Attorney at Wynne-Jones IP – looks at a recent case involving The Game of Life that had the potential to shake up the “instance and expense” rule around copyrights.
Wynne-Jones IP’s Victor Caddy provides a reminder of what you need to do to register UK trade mark and design applications before this month’s deadline.
“Design registration is complex, arcane and often misunderstood,” said Victor Caddy, who heads up the new Designs team.
Wynne-Jones IP Director and Trade Mark Attorney, Victor Caddy, looks at the imminent and far-reaching effects that Brexit will have on design protection for toy and game companies and inventors.
A celebration of the toy and game industry’s design talent, among the big winners this year are Spin Master, Big Potato and Seven Towns, while Heayes Design’s Richard Heayes scooped the Design Icon accolade.
Hosted by Word Whizz Deej Johnson, this interview sees Victor Caddy (Chartered Trade Mark Attorney at Wynne-Jones IP) explain what toy and game inventors should be looking to protect once they have an idea, as well as shedding light on the ways in which Brexit will change how toy companies and designers protect their IP.
“If you are a toy industry executive, this is “your” Code and we’d love for your voice to be heard,” said Wynne-Jones IP’s Victor Caddy.