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Since 6 April 2011, when a special exclusion order was revoked, all land agreements are subject to UK competition law.
The Insurance Act 2015 introduces key changes to commercial insurance contracts, covering the duty of disclosure, warranties and the remedies that insurers have for fraudulent claims.
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Legislation came into effect on 12 March 2015 providing for all maximum fines in the Magistrates’ Court of £5,000 or more to become unlimited in England and Wales.
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Mr Justice Birss has refused an application by the defendant in patent proceedings to re-open the trial and to permit it to amend its pleadings to plead new prior art.
A claim cannot be brought if the threat is not “groundless”.
Article 4(2) of the Information Society Directive provides that the exclusive distribution right of a copyright owner shall not be exhausted within the EU, in respect of the original or copies of the work.
Businesses risk missing out on 5 years’ worth of rates rebates if they fail to submit their rating appeal before 1 April 2015.
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A design applied to or incorporated in a component part of a complex product is considered to be new and to have individual character only if the component part remains visible during normal use.
When logos are created, the artwork is automatically protected by copyright and under English law the designer is the copyright owner even if the work is commissioned.