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Using a black and white trade mark in colour may impact on UK opposition proceedings

How is the scope of a trade mark owner's rights affected if it registers a trade mark in black and white, but uses it in one particular colour or colour scheme? 
16 January 2014


Recent developments in UK and EU competition law

We look at recent developments in UK and EU competition law which will influence how competition law is applied in the future in cartel enforcement, merger control, antitrust investigations and more.
15 January 2014

ICO to focus resources on investigating repeat or serious data protection breaches

The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) is consulting on a new approach to how it manages data protection complaints. Our Data Protection team take a closer look at the proposed changes.
13 January 2014


Lessons from historical Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy decisions

Dickerson, Roberts and Shaw from our IP team have co-authored a chapter in the inaugural edition of Online Brand Enforcement: Protecting Your Trademarks in the Electronic Environment.
13 January 2014

New guidance from ICO on privacy in app design

The ICO has recently published guidance for app developers setting out expectations under the Data Protection Act. 
10 January 2014

New Consumer Rights Regulations

New Consumer Contracts: what do Businesses which provide goods and/or services to consumers away from their premises (especially online retailers/sellers via online auction sites) need to know?
23 December 2013

Consumer Rights – implications for rail travel

Historically, a very small number of passengers have sought imaginative routes to avoiding full fares. The Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013 may give them another option to consider.
23 December 2013


Revised public procurement thresholds

Our procurement team looks at the Commission's review of public procurement thresholds which apply to contracts under the Public Contracts Regulations 2006 and the Utilities Contract Regulations 2006.
20 December 2013


Concept Autumn/Winter 2013

Welcome to the Autumn/Winter 2013 edition of Concept, the latest news bulletin from Burges Salmon’s Intellectual Property and Technology team.
13 December 2013

Government proposals to help SMEs in procurement

In 'Small Business: GREAT ambition', the Government sets out some proposals on how it intends to ensure at least 25% of annual public spending will go to Small and Medium Enterprises by 2015.
11 December 2013

Does negotiated procedure allow authorities to negotiate mandatory tender requirements?

In Nordecon v Rahandusministeerium, The European Court was asked whether an authority is free to revise mandatory technical requirements included in its tender documentation.
09 December 2013

Ensuring temporary workers are trained

The Information Commissioner's Office has recently taken action against Great Ormond Street Hospital following a breach of data protection.
06 December 2013
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