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Our recent co-hosted event explored how omni-channel retailing is impacting property managers.
The Government has published the draft Regulations in respect of mandatory Gender Pay Gap Reporting ...
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In house lawyers - hear from commercial & technology lawyer, Richard Nicholas for the latest developments in contract law
The Consumer Rights Act 2015 - hear from retail law expert, Caroline Green
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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'.
Going forward trade marks will no longer be able to provide a broad scope of protection for all goods or services.
In 2011 the Court decided anti-avoidance provisions of the Landlord and Tenant (Covenants) Act 1995 precluded a tenant’s guarantor from directly guaranteeing obligations of its assignee.
A recent Supreme Court decision rejected the appeal of Trunki, the well-known ride on luggage case much loved by infants, that its rival’s design was infringing a registered design.
The EAT has given judgment in the case of Lock & ors v British Gas Trading Limited, which looked at whether an employee’s holiday pay should take into account commission
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