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By John Worthy
Spacecom back on the market:Satellite operator Spacecom has confirmed that it is no longer in talks with Beijing Xinwei Technology Group and that is still looking for a buyer.
By Leighton Cassidy, Heidi Hurdle
UK retailer Argos Ltd has lost its claim for trademark infringement and passing off (in the High Court of England and Wales) against Argos Systems Inc...
By Daniel Geey
In the post-Brexit referendum aftermath, there has been plenty of speculation as to its impact on particular industries including sport and football in particular.
By Natalie Quinlivan, Tony Lewis
Yesterday saw the publication of Mrs Justice Andrews' judgment in the claim brought by the Director of the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) against Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation Ltd.
By Tony Lewis, Francesca Titus
The Criminal Finances Act received Royal Assent last week.
By Andrew Patten
The current funding regime for multi-employer, defined-benefit pension schemes which are not split into ring-fenced sections for each employer requires that, where an employer ceases to employ...
By Christine Phillips
On 13 April 2017, the Takeover Panel took the unprecedented step of issuing legal proceedings against Mr David King.
By Tom Guida, Alex Hooley
The potential WGA strike provides a good opportunity to review force majeure clauses and attitudes towards them.
By Owain Davies
For the first time in its history, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has used its powers to order a listed company to compensate investors for market abuse.
By Gordon Drakes, Tim Rickard
The European Franchise Federation ("EFF") recently adopted a new version of the European Code of Ethics for Franchising ("Code of Ethics"), the first update for 13 years.
By Sonal Patel
CAP continues to protect children and young people by issuing new guidance on non-broadcast ad placement of age-restricted products.
By Sonal Patel
Please see below our snapshot of the recent ASA rulings published 19 April 2017
By Sascha Dethof
Ein Hersteller darf den Händlern im Rahmen eines selektiven Vertriebssystems nicht generell die Nutzung von Preissuchmaschinen verbieten, so das OLG Düsseldorf in der Entscheidung vom 5. April 2017.
By John Worthy
The UK government's Science and Technology Committee has begun its inquiry into the Draft Spaceflight Bill.
By Nick Rose, Heidi Hurdle
In Zero v European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) (Case T-106/16), the General Court, contrary to the Fourth Board of Appeal of the EUIPO, has ruled that there was a likelihood of confusion between the figurative mark ZIRO and an earlier EU figurative mark ZERO for essentially identical goods.
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