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If a TV-on-demand service based in Hong Kong is viewed for free by UK internet users without having targeted them, does it generate goodwill in the UK? The Court of Appeal has said no.
The UK IPO has held that a UK trademark registration owned by Gucci for its famous ‘double G’ logo should be partially revoked for non-use.
E-commerce tools and the anonymity offered by trading over the web have long been exploited by traders of counterfeit goods.
The 25th Lower Federal Court of the City of Rio de Janeiro has issued its decision in the conflict relating to the trademark IPHONE.
The idea that by threatening to take action against someone who is infringing your trademark you yourself could be sued often strikes brand owners as odd.
The Slovakian Parliament recently adopted a new act concerning the customs enforcement of intellectual property rights.
While most will eagerly anticipate the gifts the festive season will bring, this time of year can be treacherous for tenants and landlords alike.
On 5 December 2013, the Court of Justice of the European Union published its decision on the appeal of the European Medicines Agency.
The Court of Justice of the European Union has released a ‘reasoned order’ in the GSK Biologicals SA case (C-210/13).
The High Court has ruled that there was no need for Doncaster Pharmaceuticals Group to rebrand its imported products as Regurin in order to gain effective access to the market.
‘Legal professional privilege’ is a general term that describes both: (1) legal advice privilege and (2) litigation privilege. This note explains litigation privilege.
Pensions Priorities: case — European case may open door to challenge to pension exemptions from anti-age discrimination laws
For pensions which are inherently age-related, a number of exemptions have been written into the UK enabling legislation.
Pensions Priorities: other developments — Regulator issues warning regarding employer contributions under DB scheme’s recovery plan
When an employer leaves a defined-benefit pension scheme, it may be required to pay a debt under section 75 of the Pensions Act 1995.
Pensions Priorities: law reform — changes provide some flexibility to employers fulfilling their auto-enrolment obligations
Some key provisions have been taken forward by way of the Automatic Enrolment (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2013.
Pensions Priorities: law reform — DWP consults on changes to charges in workplace defined-contribution pension arrangements
The DWP’s consultation on charges in relation to defined-contribution pensions sets out a number of proposals for how charges in relation to such schemes should be dealt with.
The European Parliament has proposed that the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority should be funded independently.
Pensions Priorities: other developments — HMRC tightens its procedures to address pensions liberation issues
The July edition of Pensions Pieces included an article about an issue that continues to dominate much of the pensions press — pensions liberation.
Pensions Priorities: law reform — new reporting requirements on directors’ remuneration for UK quoted companies
Legislation came into force on 1 October 2013 that introduced a new legal framework for reporting on directors’ remuneration.
The government has published a formal consultation document (the DA Consultation) with proposals for a regulatory framework.
The regulation surrounding defined benefit pension schemes is immense, and has increased significantly over the last two decades.