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The comptroller of patents has been given extra powers to revoke patents based on lack of novelty or inventive step.
According to The Legal 500, following the merger of Wragge & Co and Lawrence Graham in May 2014, the firm has ‘more strength and depth as well as wider international coverage’.
What would happen if there were no drag-along rights, or if the existing rights didn’t work as they need to in the particular circumstances of the sale?
Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co has appointed a new operations director. Andrew Edginton took up his new role at the law firm on 6 October.
Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co’s corporate team has advised longstanding client Business Growth Fund (BGF) on its £10m investment into Victoria plc.
If a stakeholder commits to an entity which becomes (or whose business becomes) affected by sanctions, this could have a number of adverse consequences.
Any payments that are ‘intrinsically linked to the performance of the tasks’ under an employment contract must be included in the calculation of holiday pay.
Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co’s expert employment team considers in detail the primary issues an employer faces once a CAC application has been accepted.
Accountability — don’t forget causation; no need to follow earlier erroneous accounting policies; and more
Accountability highlights the legal and industry news affecting accountants and other professionals on a range of liability risk management issues.
Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co has advised longstanding client Euroclear on its agreement with the US’s DTCC to develop a joint collateral processing service.
Cetinsoy v London United Busways Ltd serves as a useful reminder to employers that the relocation of employees for TUPE transfer can be difficult to manage.
As at June this year, the full-time gender pay gap was on average 10 per cent, almost doubling to 19.7 per cent for the whole workforce (full and part time).
From 1 October 2014, fathers will have the right to unpaid time off to accompany their spouse or partner to antenatal appointments.
One of the key questions that employers will face under the scheme is whether to match pay for anyone taking SPL with any enhanced maternity pay that is currently offered.
Chuka Umunna has told the TUC Congress that Labour will introduce a ‘fairer system to ensure that affordability is not a barrier to employees seeking redress in the workplace’.
Employment law reform featured heavily in the coalition government’s legislative programme.
A new law state of mind: UK parody exception to copyright infringement comes into force — 1 October 2014
The UK has introduced a new ‘parody, caricature and pastiche exception’ into copyright law, giving comedians new protections from copyright infringement.
Groceries code adjudicator Christine Tacon has asked Tesco to examine its behaviour towards suppliers during the company’s internal review.
Fuller v United Healthcare Services: scope of UK law does not extend to a US employee who spends 49 per cent of his time in the UK
The EAT has upheld a decision that an employee who worked almost 50 per cent of the time in the UK was not entitled to bring claims for unfair dismissal and discrimination.
On 24 July 2014, the statutory definition of ‘money purchase benefits’ changed.