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By Matthew Hodson, Anthony Purvis
In July 2013, Employment Tribunal fees were introduced and Claimant's would have to pay fees of up to £1,200 depending on the type of claim they were bringing.
By Piers Strickland
If you need to refer to a third party trade mark as part of your promotional or marketing materials, make sure that such use is merely informative and not misleading.
By Graham Halliday
The government has recently announced that as of the 1st December 2016, the income tax and capital gains tax reliefs associated with employee shareholder status (ESS) are abolished.
By Richard Chapman
Like most things in life, software breaks down. Not like, say, a car through old age or over-use, but from inherent errors. Bugs. Odd as it might sound generally software is too complicated to be perfect.
By Matthew Hodson, Anthony Purvis
Current estimates indicate that some 650,000 people are "likely to be gender incongruent to some degree".
By Louisa Duffield-Harding
Earlier this year, Part 3 of the Digital Economy Bill was passed by parliament which introduces age verification checks for access to all websites and apps containing pornographic material...
By Matthew Akehurst
There is a strict three-month time limit for an employee to bring certain claims in the Employment Tribunal for example, unfair dismissal, whistleblowing, discrimination, victimisation or harassment...
By Anna Ward
Apple's application for IWATCH has been refused by the courts on the basis that it is not distinctive. Whilst this is a setback for Apple, we suspect it is not the end of the matter:
By Okachi Kejeh
Modern day entrepreneurship is being encouraged and there is a wealth of funding available to new and small businesses in the UK.
By Anna Ward, Annika Chauhan
A trade mark dispute has arisen between Iceland (think volcanoes and glaciers) and Iceland (think chicken drumsticks and fish fingers).
By Matthew Hodson
A settlement agreement is a legally binding agreement outlining the terms of settlement between an employee and employer.
By Alison Berryman, Andrew Gordon
As you may have heard, the EU General Data Protection Regulation comes into force on 25 May 2018.