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Streamlined Advice: will fintech firms go where others fear to tread?

The industry may see a shift-change that enables Streamlined Advice to succeed where Basic Advice and Simplified Advice failed. Can fintech and robo advice disrupters take forward the opportunity?
08 August 2017

Secretary of State for Transport publishes railway guidance to ORR

We look at the key points in the new guidance, which replaces previous guidance issued to ORR in July 2012. 
07 August 2017

Proposed Beneficial Ownership Register of overseas entities owning UK land

Overseas entities may have to provide details of their beneficial ownership for a public register at Companies House in order to acquire or dispose of UK real estate or bid for government contracts.
03 August 2017

Agile working – a nutshell guide for employers

Agile working has the potential to benefit employers and employees. But what do employers need to be live to when agreeing these arrangements?
03 August 2017

Special protection for retail premises in London?

Over the last year, there has been a noticeable change in the protection offered to retail premises in London. We provide a summary of the key changes to the planning regime and their impact.
03 August 2017

Modern technologies in construction – 4D Building Information Modelling

4D Building Information Modelling links 3D CAD components with programme related information. We look at how it has been used on 22 Bishopsgate, set to be the tallest building in the City of London.
03 August 2017

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UK infrastructure delivery: an interview with Cathy Travers, Mott MacDonald

An interview with Development Director Cathy Travers on improving UK infrastructure delivery. Topics include the pros and cons of devolution and the importance of engaging young people in the process.
03 August 2017

Premier League “live” blocking order against livestream servers renewed for 2017/18 season

Arnold J has effectively renewed a March 2017 injunction, requiring UK ISPs to now block access to servers infringing the Premier League's copyright in the 2017/18 Premier League.
02 August 2017

The importance of distinctiveness: Enercon fails to secure trade marks

Global wind turbine manufacturer, Enercon, fails to register EU trade marks due to lack of distinctiveness.
02 August 2017

CJEU rules the sale of multimedia players with piracy add-ons illegal

Copyright owners’ rights have further been strengthened in the CJEU’s latest "communication to the public" ruling (C-527/15 Filmspeler).
02 August 2017

Three stripes and you're out: Adidas trade mark dispute continues

The European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) has confirmed its 2016 decision to uphold Shoe Branding Europe’s invalidity request in relation to Adidas' three-stripe trade mark.

02 August 2017

IP Enterprise Court rejects 'own name' defence for pets

Azumi Limited, owner of London's ZUMA Japanese restaurant, has successfully brought a trade mark infringement claim against Zuma’s Choice Pet Products Limited.
02 August 2017
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