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Designer make-up brand wins IP legal action against Aldi look-a-like
Whilst it is often said that imitation is the highest form of flattery, when it comes to intellectual property, the
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International legal network co-founded by iLaw grows by more than a third
One of the world’s fastest-growing legal networks, the International Commercial Law Alliance (ICLA) has grown by more than a third
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Cryptocurrency and Blockchain disputes to be highlighted at top legal tech event
Some of the UK’s leading experts on disputes in the Cryptocurrency and Blockchain industries are to hold a masterclass in
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Three-quarters of UK tech workers willing to leave the country for work
A new study has found that 75 per cent of UK tech workers could be tempted to move abroad if
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10 comprehensive tips to protecting Intellectual Property in the technology and IT sectors
Where does the true value of a business lie? Is it in the building that it owns, is it in
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Half of dads experiencing discrimination after accepting parental leave
A new investigation has found that around half of dads who have accepted their parental leave allocation have been discriminated
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ASDA workers’ equal pay case to be heard by the Supreme Court
Supermarket chain Asda is set to take its appeal against a court ruling to the UK’s highest Court of Appeal.
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Adidas trade mark ruling highlights complexities of EU trade mark protection
German sportswear company, Adidas, recently failed to convince the General Court of the EU that one of its trade mark
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Supreme Court offers clarity on restrictive covenants
The Supreme Court has dismissed an earlier decision of the Court of Appeal that a company’s restrictive covenant was too
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Air freshener company kicks up a stink over alleged Ryanair IP infringement
An air freshener company responsible for the iconic “Little Trees” car deodoriser, has issued legal proceedings against Ryanair for alleged
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