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  • Educational politics – supporting policies not parties

    With only a few weeks to go to the General Election, a recent TES article suggests that there is no overall winner when it comes to teachers’ votes. More than 40% of polled staff stated that they intended to vote for Labour but almost as many indicated they favour the Conservatives. With national polls indicating […] The post Educational politics – supporting policies not parties appeared first on law, less ordinary - legal opinions from Browne Jacobson.

  • School admissions system failing?

    Today is national offer day for primary schools and we are seeing the usual stories of overcrowded primary schools and the infant class size ceiling of 30 pupils being breached all too frequently. These are the same stories we see every year. So what’s changing? Well the short answer would appear to be ‘nothing’. Academisation […] The post School admissions system failing? appeared first on law, less ordinary - legal opinions from Browne Jacobson.

  • ASOS saved from infringement by own name defence

    Online fashion giant ASOS has successfully defended the latest phase of a trade mark infringement claim brought by cycling clothes manufacturer Assos. The Court of Appeal held, by a 2:1 majority, that ASOS could rely on an ‘own name defence’. This saved ASOS from infringement as the court had concluded ASOS’ use of their house […] The post ASOS saved from infringement by own name defence appeared first on law, less ordinary - legal opinions from Browne Jacobson.

  • Diageo promotes ‘craft’ over ‘consumption’ to survive ASA complaint

    The Guinness brand is known for its iconic advertisements, although regulations today preclude the use of famous slogans of yesteryear such as “Guinness is Good For You”. As with all alcohol brands, Guinness’s advertising is now careful to ensure that it promotes the brand, whilst not promoting the excessive consumption of alcohol. A recent social […] The post Diageo promotes ‘craft’ over ‘consumption’ to survive ASA complaint appeared first on law, less ordinary - legal opinions from Browne Jacobson.

  • Fraudster pays cost after phantom trip

    The days are gone when the courts brush aside concerns over accident circumstances and seek to compensate personal injuries. As the appetite for forensic judicial review of cases increases, so the incidence of detected and proven fraud grows. Mohammad Azmi is one of a long line of fraudsters caught out after trying to convince Brent […] The post Fraudster pays cost after phantom trip appeared first on law, less ordinary - legal opinions from Browne Jacobson.

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