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By Patrick Cantrill, Rose Smalley
A Court of Appeal decision has confirmed that the sale of so-called ‘grey goods' can constitute a criminal offence under section 92 of the Trade Marks Act 1994 (the Act).
By Jo Coleman, Jackie Gray, Peter Given, Amy Eames
Since media reports emerged in 2015 regarding concerns about various fundraising practices in the charities sector, the Information Commissioner's Office...
By Alastair Mitton
The use of technology clearly continues to be of critical interest to both established financial institutions and new 'challenger' entrants to the market...
By Sushma MacGeoch, Zoe Lettieri
The Insurance Act 2015 replaced an insured's pre-contract duty of disclosure with a duty of fair presentation.
By Mark Barley
The Court of Session held that a break notice was valid since no reasonable recipient would have been perplexed by the errors it contained.
By Mark Barley, Stephanie Doyle, Patrick Wetherall
Leases typically contain a restriction preventing the tenant from assigning the lease to a new tenant without the landlord's prior consent.
By Jen Smurthwaite, Mark Barley
The tenant entered into a ten year lease of premises in the Wirral and at the same time entered into a licence to carry out alterations to the premises.
By Mark Barley
This occurs when the landlord opposes the tenant's renewal of its tenancy on strategic grounds such as wishing to develop the premises or occupy them itself.