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A new study has revealed that Britons are a nation of complainers with retail and telecoms leading the league table.
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Reporting requirements in light of the recent data hack suffered by Carphone Warehouse.
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John and Declan met our head of innovations at the outset on what was a key new product. This ensured that we had the right team from day one. What really impressed me is that these people talked our language, got our needs and worked well together.
Clients describe Sarah as having 'outstanding attention to detail' and as being 'a very safe pair of hands'. She has also often been described by clients as 'feeling like part of their in-house team'.
The recent dilapidations case of Consortium Commercial Developments Limited v ABB Limited is definitely worth a read. It’s a short judgment but contains a number of useful tips which are likely to be of interest to clients and all levels of dilapidations professionals.
Brand owners have long been interested in expanding the scope of intellectual property protection beyond the conventional – for example, obtaining trade marks for smells such as freshly cut grass for tennis balls and for tyres which smell of roses.
The Supreme Court has rejected an appeal by 25 chalet tenants against the strict interpretation of the service charge provisions in their 99 year leases.
We’re told that omni-channel retailing is the way forward if you want to be a successful retailer in today’s world.
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