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New rules that will apply to most businesses have been laid before parliament. These rules will apply to relevant consumer contracts entered into on or after 13 June 2014.
Building your business: a practical guide to international construction, engineering and infrastructure projects
Taylor Wessing discusses the legal, technical and commercial issues of which you need to be aware when embarking on a project in some of the world’s largest construction markets.
Connecting the ‘internet of things’ download
With predictions of up to 50 billion internet-enabled devices by 2020, it is worth considering exactly how these devices will actually connect to the internet and to each other.
Twenty-four new gTLDs have been delegated — meaning the registrars of those domains are now undertaking the final administration processes before launching to the public.
The market for sponsored content or ‘native advertising’ has grown phenomenally in the last 12 months.
Paul England and Kathleen Fox Murphy look at the application of the patents system to the ‘internet of things’.
The move towards ‘ubiquitous computing’ has led to the development of a new technology category: wearable technology.
Taylor Wessing predicts what new technological developments and products might be launched over the coming year and what legal issues could result.
The data are hugely valuable. But who owns them? The answer is no one — there is no property right in a piece of data itself.
An important extension to European copyright law concerns technological protection measures, in other word forms of encryption used to protect digital content.
The ICT services sector continues its trend in outperforming the software sector. Boardroom confidence in the sector continues its upward trajectory.
The Supreme Trademarks and Patents Senate (OPM) overruled the PTO in about three quarters of the cases brought before it.
In August 2007, Colgate applied for a Community trademark for the word mark 360° SONIC ENERGY covering toothbrushes.
Mr Justice Arnold is referring three questions to the CJEU in a dispute between Nestlé and Cadbury over the registrability of Nestlé’s KitKat shape.
The EU General Court has dismissed an opposition to Panini’s CTM application for the PANINI figurative mark for beers and non-alcoholic drinks.
The General Court has ruled that the overall impression created by the marks was capable of giving rise to a likelihood of confusion.
The result of this CJEU judgment is relevant for Swiss owners of trademarks. Use of marks in Switzerland is not sufficient on its own to prove genuine use of EU marks.
The final instalment of Taylor Wessing’s All-Consuming Legal Insights series focuses on advertising and features Nick Cody and Kristy Hibberd.
Taylor Wessing has launched its third Cambridge newsletter, providing legal news and updates for companies in Cambridge and the surrounding areas.
After four years of waiting, the Food and Drug Administration has released its draft social media guidance.