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Legal update

7 October 2019 Neocleous and another v Rees [2019] EWHC 2462 (Ch)

Following a dispute over a right of way, the parties’ solicitors agreed in an exchange of emails (constituting a single email chain) to compromise the dispute by the defendant (R) transferring to the claimants (N) a small piece of land adjacent to Lake Windermere.

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Parallel Imports - what brand and IP owners need to know

Parallel importers seek to exploit price differentials for goods sold in different countries. The EU principle of exhaustion of rights prevents businesses from enforcing their IP rights to restrict this secondary trade within the EU if the goods were first marketed in the EU with their consent, other than in limited circumstances.

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Legal update

4 September 2019 “Utterly horrified” masters and “blatantly inadmissible” evidence

The sole result for a search on Westlaw for the phrase “utterly horrified” is an interesting decision from Mr Justice Arnold on June 12 2019 about evidence in passing off proceedings.

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Training video

Insurtech UK and Browne Jacobson Legal Survival Guide on Corporate Finance and Regulation

Bringing together the great and the good of the insurtech world, we take a look back to earlier this summer when Insurtech UK invited their approved legal partners Browne Jacobson LLP, Locke Lord UK LLP and Capital Law to present as part of the Best Practice Series.

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Legal update

6 August 2019 The Information Commissioners Office flexes its muscles: first fines under the GDPR

After much speculation about what the first fines issued by the Information Commissioners Office might be we have seen two significant statements of intention to fine in the same month

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Your employees, their future employers and your intellectual property

Innovation and creativity is driven by your people. How do you as a business encourage innovation, capture the relevant IP assets and reward your innovators?

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Ros Foster talks about developments in information law including the recent Morrisons case

Ros takes a look at liability and risk arising from data protection legislation and the Freedom of Information Act.

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Hear from Richard Nicholas on the recent changes in contract law

There have been some significant Supreme Court decisions that have changed UK contract law.

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Judicial thinking on data protection - hear from Matthew Alderton on recent case law

Since the GDPR and Data Protection Act 2018 came into force, Matthew takes a look at recent case law on some important and novel data protection issues.

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