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The Waste (England and Wales) Regulations require that, as from January 2015, there must be separate collections for paper, metal, plastic and glass where practicable.
Walker Morris’s legislation tracker sets out the changes in order and highlights the headline points together with the proposed or confirmed implementation dates.
Unregistered Community design right comes into existence automatically by the fact of making products incorporating the design in question available to the public in the EU.
Victims of their own success: trademarks that become the common name for their product or service download
It is possible for a registered trademark to be a victim of its own success.
The High Court case of Jarden Solutions (Europe) Ltd v SEB SA concerned a dispute about deep fat fryers.
In order to be capable of registration under the Community Designs Regulation, a design must be ‘new’ and have ‘individual character’.
How to protect an image download
There is no free-standing general concept of ‘image rights’ protecting against the reproduction of a person’s image. However, there are other ways in which an image can be protected.
Trademark tips download
Walker Morris offers some tips on trademarks.
ICT suppliers and their public sector customers both need to take action following the publication of the results of the OFT’s market study into the sector.
On 7 April, Eric Pickles and Danny Alexander announced new powers for councils that, they claim, will enable 10,000 new affordable homes to be built.
The Sentencing Council has published its definitive guideline for the sentencing of environmental offences.
In a recent decision, the European Commission confirmed that investors can be found liable where they exercise ‘decisive influence’ over a company and its decisions.
The FCA has updated its AIFMD Latest News. The regulator is advising firms to submit applications as soon as possible, ideally no later than 22 April 2014.
The last few months have seen many announcements in relation to changes expected in the employment law arena.
This month’s Pensions Matter provides an overview of key pension cases and their practical implications.
Pensions Matter — April 2014: the Pensions Regulator publishes further guidance on asset-backed arrangements download
Guidance from the Pensions Regulator (TPR) on asset-backed arrangements confers the steps TPR considers trustees should take before entering into such an arrangement.
George Osborne has announced significant changes for pensions in regard to members of DC schemes in connection with when they can access their pension savings.
HMRC has published its first in a series of Countdown Bulletins to assist employees, trustees and their advisers.
Important changes to the UK’s competition law regime came into effect on 1 April 2014. This article highlights the principal changes of which businesses need to be aware.
The announcement by the Competition and Markets Authority (formerly the Competition Commission) is the culmination of a two-year investigation into the private healthcare market.