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A Charity Commission intervention and a recent VAT tribunal case highlight the need for local authorities to consider their legal position carefully when giving funding to charities.
Bad faith registrations download
In a case before the General Court, Simca Europe had obtained registration of the work mark SIMCA as a Community trademark for goods in Class 12.
Discount grocer Aldi has been in the news in the last month with two unrelated cases concerning different intellectual property rights.
The case upon which the advocate-general delivered his opinion concerns Johan Deckmyn of the right-wing Vlaams Belang political party.
The anthemic Stairway to Heaven, by Led Zeppelin, appears to be heading for the courts.
In BIMBO SA v OHIM, BIMBO SA applied to register BIMBO DOUGHNUTS as a Community trademark. That application was opposed by Panrico SA.
The Lush v Amazon dispute, continued download
Following the High Court ruling, Lush and Amazon attempted — and failed — to reach an agreement as to the form of the court order.
The ECJ has handed down an important decision that affects the calculation of holiday pay for workers whose pay includes an element of commission.
HMRC has ruled that around 3,000 home care staff should receive a share of £600,000 in unpaid wages after their employer had not paid them for time spent travelling between care visits.
The Pensions Regulator has issued a report outlining how it dealt with an employer that failed to meet its auto-enrolment deadlines and registration.
The European Court of Justice has recently heard a discrimination claim brought by a Danish child minder, Karsten Kaltoft, against his local authority.
The World Cup runs until 13 July and from past experience we know it can give rise to a few employment challenges.
The government’s quarterly employment tribunal statistics for the period January to March 2014 show a drop in single claims of 59 per cent.
There have been a number of changes to immigration-checking rules for employers.
The Flexible Working Regulations 2014 come into force on 30 June 2014.This extends the right to request flexible working to all employees with 26 weeks’ continuous service.
Competition law guidance for the education sector on information exchange between competitors download
This briefing explores how an exchange of information may infringe competition law, among other topics.
Ofgem has consulted on whether to refer the energy market for an in-depth investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority and on the scope of the reference.
The Lock decision has expensive implications and it’s worth doing the groundwork now.
Town and village greens — additional trigger events to prevent applications to register TVGs download
Walker Morris provides an update on the Commons (Town and Village Greens) (Trigger and Terminating Events) Order 2014, which came into force on 12 February 2014.
Have you just been asked to deal with a dispute? If yes, ensure you are familiar with the Jackson Reforms, which were introduced in April 2013.