Jonathan Ames

This week’s top 15 legal briefings - 17 August 2014

Lawyers on sharp end of judicial tongue for submitting verbose witness statements; MPs call for whistle-blowers to receive tougher statutory protection; and a US football team finds itself in trademark trouble over an increasingly troublesome name

Jonathan Ames

This week’s top 15 legal briefings - 10 August 2014

Anti-discrimination measures on the grounds of caste are soon to form final piece of Equality Act jigsaw; human rights knock for London’s police force; and a ruling that could wobble Ronald McDonald’s US franchising empire

Jonathan Ames

This week’s top 15 legal briefings - 3 August 2014

Brussels boosts measures to protect business trade secrets; a battle royal continues in the US courts over fees for internet streaming rights; and Beijing eases the path for Chinese businesses with an eye on investing overseas

Jonathan Ames

This week’s top 15 legal briefings - 27 July 2014

Let the games, and the final politicking, begin – Scotland, independence and the impact on employers; fed up to the eye teeth with Mitchell? Get a load of Denton; and how that sweet little butterfly tattoo could result in the sack

Jonathan Ames

This week’s top 15 legal briefings - 20 July 2014

Tweeting – law firms that still think it’s for the birds are missing a trick; the Apple lifestyle and the right to trademark shop designs; and changes for those who pop their clogs before getting round to writing that all-important will