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All commercial organisations carrying on business in the UK with a turnover of £36m or more must publish an annual ‘slavery and human trafficking statement’.
Also: litigant in person changes; mistaken payments; and more.
In 2012 a court ruled that the design infringed Haribo’s GOLDBÄREN (in English, “Gold Bear”) word mark.
The EU General Court has upheld an opposition by Lacoste to an application for registration as a Community trademark of the name ’Kajman’ (meaning caiman in Polish).
Good news and bad news for Apple download
The latest round of the patent litigation involving Apple and Samsung has commenced.
Wearable tech, although regarded with some scepticism now, may turn out to be an IP minefiled...
On 1 April 2015, an estimated 5,000 private landlords across Liverpool were affected by the implementation of a city-wide selective licensing scheme.
The case is now remitted back to the High Court although the expectation must be that, applying the CJEU ruling, Nestlé’s appeal against the UK IPO decision will be refused.
Can a monkey own copyright? download
Animal rights activists in California have instituted proceedings asserting that a monkey owns copyright in a photo.
It is not clear whether Disney will oppose the application of Dismaland’s Community trademark and whether, if it does so, such opposition would be successful.
The definition of a contract for the sale of goods under the Sale of Goods Act 1979 is one in which the seller transfers the property in the goods to the buyer for money consideration, i.e. the price.
In Brooks & Anor v Armstrong, joint liquidators applied for orders against directors of the insolvent company under section 214 of the Insolvency Act 1986.
In Stevensdrake Ltd v Hunt & Ors the liquidator of Sunbow Ltd, Mr Hunt, had brought a claim against Sunbow’s former administrators.
An article documenting the extent of ownership of British Land through offshore entities, shows just how far there is to go to improve UK corporate transparency...
Food and drink: legal changes ahead download
Changes relating to the food and drink sector expected in the next 18 months...
The dverted profits tax (DPT) is a new tax introduced by the Finance Act 2015. It is an anti-avoidance measure targeted at multinationals trading in, or at least with, the UK.
Adopting these suggestions may help to avoid a security breach in the first place or, if that fails, lessen the damage should a breach occur.
Boost for housing supply but scarce employment space will be lost.
Where data is passed to third parties companies must ensure they have express opt-in consent.
Real estate: overvaluation and loss download
Limitation in negligent overvaluation claims brought by banks.