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14 June 2019 Cyber risks – are businesses really ready?

The Hiscox Cyber Readiness report, a review of 3300 organisations, will be a stark warning for CEO’s of SME’s in the UK and in Europe.

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13 June 2018 CJEU shapes up nicely for Louboutin red sole trade mark

The Court of Justice of the European Union has today given its judgment in relation to a key issue in one of the most hotly debated trade mark disputes in recent times.

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11 May 2018 Commission requires delivery service providers to reveal price lists with new rules

Rules to enhance regulatory oversight and improve pricing transparency of cross-border parcel delivery services were adopted by the European Council on 12 April 2018.

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28 February 2018 Ever present drama in the retail world as Maplin and Toys R Us fall into administration

As the country battles with snowy conditions, it looks as though the retail market faces an ever growing battle in the face of Brexit and changing consumer habits.

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9 February 2018 New development - Louboutin’s red sole trade mark

Advocate General Szpunar’s recent second opinion is the latest development in relation to Louboutin’s ongoing fight to keep its trade marks for its renowned red sole.

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22 December 2017 Is the Community (EU wide) Registered Design repair clause broken?

Automotive OEMs and other manufacturers of 'complex products' are unlikely to be happy with Wednesday's CJEU decision (C 397/16 and C 435/16) relating to luxury car wheel trims.

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15 November 2017 Judge upholds unfair prejudice claim against Blackpool Football Club following gentleman's agreement

This case is a prime example of where oral contracts have been upheld and have resulted in huge consequences for all parties.

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27 September 2017 CJEU ruling is a setback for video game giant Nintendo in infringement case

Japanese games giant, Nintendo has suffered a setback before the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) in its ongoing infringement dispute relating to the design of its Wii console.

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28 July 2017 Good news for SMEs wanting to enforce intellectual property

The Intellectual Property and Enterprise Court (IPEC) is an attractive forum for SMEs wishing to manage their costs risk. This is because there is an overall cap on the costs that can be recovered from the losing party, as well as a number of phase caps.

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13 March 2017 'Serious harm' caused by defamatory tweets

Katie Hopkins has been ordered to pay £24,000 in damages and substantial legal costs, in relation to two defamatory tweets dating back to May 2015.

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