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General Court: submitting evidence of genuine use by means of CD-ROM is acceptable

Jennifer Gibson has authored an article in World Trademark Review Daily on the acceptability of submitting evidence of genuine use by means of CD-ROM.
07 January 2016


The Giant Awakens: Bribery Act 2010

We explain the significance of three new cases since the implementation of the Bribery Act 2010 and give practical guidance on minimising the risk of organisations committing the offence.
23 December 2015


Real Estate Disputes Case Review 2015

Our Real Estate Disputes team provides a month-by-month breakdown of the most significant property cases of 2015.
16 December 2015


How the bar has been raised higher for challengers to automatic suspension hearings

We consider a recent suspension case, where the court allowed the public purchaser to proceed with the contract.
14 December 2015


Parent company liable for safety breaches of its subsidiary

A parent company has recently been found guilty of corporate manslaughter, following the death of an employee at the site of one of the subsidiaries.
10 December 2015


Does the punishment fit the crime: lifetime bans for first time doping offences

This article considers lifetime bans for doping offences in the wake of the WADA Independent Commission report into allegations of coordinated and state sponsored doping in Russian athletics
07 December 2015


The Bribery Act 2010 - Health Check: Adequate Procedures

The Bribery Act 2010 - Health Check: Adequate Procedures
01 December 2015


Dealing with travellers on commercial premises

The unauthorised and unexpected arrival of travellers can be a problem for landowners and businesses, particularly those with open sites such as car parks or land awaiting development.
27 November 2015


After ParkingEye: When will private parking fines still be unenforceable?

Enforcement companies, transport and retail operators with parking schemes on private land may be interested in a recent Supreme Court decision that held an £85 parking charge was not a penalty.
27 November 2015


Determining and Mitigating ‘Material Risk’

The recent decision in C-T Aviation Solutions Limited v Regina (Health and Safety Executive) sets out guidance on material risks and when an organisation should implement control measures.
25 November 2015


Why a property’s transaction and valuation history remains an important tool for valuers

The Court of Appeal has recently reversed the first instance finding of a negligent overvaluation of commercial property in the widely reported case of Titan Europe v Colliers International.
19 November 2015


Why the Pechstein case could throw the Court of Arbitration for Sport into disarray

Jeremy Dickerson, James Pheasant and Chris Davies from our Sport team consider the case in their recent article for LawyerIssue.
12 November 2015

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