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Mandalia v Secretary of State underlines importance of a public body sticking to its own policies.
Mathilda Davidson looks at a decision of the Advertising Standards Authority on two Iceland frozen bread ads that will be interesting for brands looking to position ‘premium’ or ‘artisan-style’ food products.
Owning a French property through a foreign company triggers tax issues buyers are often unaware of.
With more pharmaceutical products coming off-patent, boundaries will be pushed.
Anti-discrimination legislation cannot be relied upon to extend protection to before it was introduced.
CMA warns that individuals convicted of cartel offences should expect prison sentences.
No longer able to shelter UK property from IHT, and other changes...
Essential but uncomfortable reading.
Practical pointers for those who may get involved.
Dell, Inc has succeeded before the General Court in opposing the registration of LEXDELL.
The signatory states to the UPC Agreement have agreed a Protocol which paves the way, in terms of practical steps, to getting the Unified Patent Court up and ready to run.
After ECJ ruling, will national regulators flee the sinking ship?
The changes likely to have most impact upon the automotive and asset finance industries.
Also: burden of proof in wrongful trading cases; and more.
Also: Google; FCA complaints; and more.
Also: ’measurable loss’; and more.
…but it seems the new UK regime may be less hard on business than the US model.
Also: relief from foreiture of a lease; and more.
Wragges’ employment experts bring you their monthly update.
Wragges highlights the issues you need to consider to ensure you are compliant with the new provisions following the last day of the six-month transition period under the Construction Regulations 2015.