As you drive away this summer remember: roads make trade marks.
Trade marks are signs that distinguish the goods or services of one business from those offered by their competitors. Trade marks have to be renewed every 10 years but can last forever.
When it comes to choosing your own name, usually you don’t have a lot of say in the matter. Your parents would have decided this for you.
Anyone that has a pre-school child may understand the love/hate relationship that I have with the little pig known as Peppa.
When I was younger, my mum always told me ‘you can never have enough friends’, and she was right in more ways than one!
The deaths of two quite different British rock stars during Christmas and New Year highlight the UK’s ability to bring apparently counter-culture ideas into the mainstream.
It’s the bookmaker’s favourite day of the year. The day when everyone, from Aunt Edna to Grandpa Joe, will invest a few pounds on a horse running in the Grand National.
Cast your mind back to late 2015, to a time before we all over-indulged on mince pies and mulled wine.
Since the dawn of time people have marked goods to indicate ownership, craftsmanship, producer or place of production.
I recently went over to Malaysia with my best mate, Tom, and his fiancé, Rui’Xin, who is Malaysian. A fantastic country with some great food!
At the end of this month, after 67 years continuous production, the last Land Rover Defender will roll off the production line at Solihull.