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 inRead more.
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 discriminatedRead more.
Brands don’t stay still…and neither do their trade marks anymore
For the first time in UK history, a moving trade mark has been registered after fundamental changes were made toRead more.
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.Read more.
Experienced Trade Mark Attorney joins innovative iLaw
Innovative London law firm, iLaw, has sought to expand its existing intellectual property expertise with the appointment of a dedicatedRead more.
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 markRead more.
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 tooRead more.
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 allegedRead more.
iLaw congratulates film-makers on successful UK launch of Vita & Virginia
iLaw’s specialist production lawyers have congratulated the makers of the historic biopic, Vita & Virginia, on the film’s UK launch.Read more.
ICO crackdown on GDPR non-compliance – a stark warning to others
Recently, the Information Commissioner’s Office announced its intention to issue two landmark fines – £183 million against British Airways andRead more.