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Legal update

13 March 2019 Managing robust public procurement exercises

The Cabinet Office has issued further guidance in relation to applying exclusions in public procurement, managing conflicts of interest and whistleblowing.

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Legal update

11 March 2019 State aid in a post-Brexit world: the CMA’s role

The position relating to State aid post-Brexit is beginning to become clearer as the 29 March deadline draws closer.

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Guide

Brexit overview: competition law and Brexit

We can how help you understand the potential issues that any changes will have on your business.

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Competition law and IP agreements

There is a natural tension between IP rights and competition law. On the one hand, IP rights grant a legal monopoly to the holder while, on the other hand, competition laws seek to control restrictive agreements and the use/abuse of a monopoly position.

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Protecting the 'allure of luxury' - up to date guidance on protecting brand image

Recent developments (including the Court of Justice of the European Union’s judgment in C-230/16, Coty) have provided welcome guidance to brand owners. Watch the recording of our webinar where we consider what these developments mean in practice.

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CJEU decision - luxury brands may be able to restrict sales through online marketplaces

On 6 December, the highly anticipated decision in the case, (C 230/16) Coty Germany GmbH v Parfümerie Akzente GmbH will be welcomed by many luxury brands. Watch our video to hear more from our IP and trade mark specialist Bonita on the decision and what this means for brands.

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What’s new in competition law? Hear from our expert Matthew Woodford

Matthew comments on the uplift in activity by the UK Competition and Markets Authority, competition law post-Brexit, and online reselling restrictions.

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Legal update

24 June 2016 The vote to leave - Brexit and public procurement

In the wake of the vote to leave the European Union contracting authorities will be dealing with a vast amount of uncertainty and potential change.

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Legal update

8 August 2014 User and exclusivity clauses – are they still unenforceable?

Update in the light of experience following the County Court judgment in Martin Retail Group Limited v Crawley Borough Council (Martins case).

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