Trunki v Kiddee: battle over children’s luggage reaches supreme court

Ewan Grist, a specialist intellectual property lawyer at law firm Bird & Bird, said the case was “likely to have profound implications in the design world, whichever way the supreme court rules”. Rob Law, founder of Magmatic, led a #ProtectYourDesign campaign on Twitter to call for a further appeal to the supreme court and promote appropriate intellectual property protection for British designers. The campaign is backed by a number of UK designers and entrepreneurs, including the Habitat founder, Sir Terence Conran, the Brompton Bikes boss, Will Butler-Adams, and the Grand Designs presenter, Kevin McCloud.

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