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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

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

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

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

Technology in construction and infrastructure projects – future and current innovations

Technology in construction – how UK infrastructure is embracing the challenges of new and innovative technologies.
02 August 2017

Paying the price for ignoring beneficiary information requests

What information is a trustee obliged to provide to beneficiaries about the running of the trust and what is the risk of ignoring requests from beneficiaries?
01 August 2017

Pension trustees in new money laundering quandary over the ownership of assets

Trustees need official clarification (promised by HMRC) on their duties under new anti-money laundering measures. Professional trustees may need to register with a supervisory authority.
01 August 2017

Holiday pay should include voluntary overtime says Employment Appeal Tribunal

The EAT has confirmed that, for the purposes of calculating holiday pay, voluntary overtime can qualify as "normal remuneration".
01 August 2017

Favours for friends – do you owe them a duty of care?

In the case of Lejonvarn v Burgess, the Court of Appeal examined whether a party has a duty of care when providing gratuitous professional advice to a friend.
01 August 2017

UK Agriculture Policy after Brexit: are we asking the right questions?

The most important question to be asked in deciding on the shape of UK Agriculture Policy after Brexit is why any payments are to be made, not whether they should be made or to whom.
01 August 2017

Failure to prevent facilitation of tax evasion: five things you need to know

On 30 September the Criminal Finances Act 2017 introduces two strict liability corporate criminal offences for failure to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion. Here are five things you should know.
31 July 2017

Digital Single Market strategy: cross-border portability for online content regulation

From 20 March 2018 consumers who pay for online content services (such as Netflix or Amazon Prime Video) can access the same content when visiting another country in the EU.
28 July 2017
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