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By Nick Nocton, Nicholas McVeigh
The UK Gambling Commission takes a risk-based approach to regulation, focusing its resources on the issues that potentially present the greatest risk to the Commission's licensing objectives.
By Kassim Meghjee, Nicola Simmons
It has been over two years since the Brexit vote. Despite recent agreement within cabinet (and the subsequent resignations), a deal is yet to be agreed with Brussels.
By Filippo Noseda
Mishcon de Reya has taken legal steps against the CRS and the Beneficial Ownership registers to call into question the wider repercussions for fundamental rights and the relationship...
By Nina O'Sullivan
Websites infringing copyright material or offering counterfeit goods usually carry advertising, which is often of legitimate brand owners.
By Emily Leach
Operating a business or brand under your own name is a fairly common practice, and a desire to tie a brand to their personality ...
By Emily Dorotheou
The House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee has announced an investigation into the social and environmental impact of the UK's love of "fast fashion" and the wider fashion industry.
By Simon Leaf
Managing Associate Simon Leaf has been quoted in City AM on how Geraint Thomas can monetise his success following his Tour de France win.
By Lewis Cohen, Emily Dorotheou
Rising business rates and overheads. Low consumer spending. Empty high street shops.
By Elena Barklem
The ASA has launched a consultation on a new rule, and accompanying draft guidance, which tackles the use of gender stereotypes in advertising.
By Sally Britton, Kelly Jean Williams (Trainee Solicitor)
Back in 2002, Nestlé filed an application to register the three-dimensional sign of the ‘four finger KitKat bar' as an EUTM.
By Nicholas McVeigh
Earlier this year, as we reported in our Transparency Update March 2018, the UK Government confirmed its intention to proceed with a register of overseas companies owning UK property.
By Antonia Felix
The Supreme Court has handed down its decision in Owens v Owens.
By Isabella Piasecka
Sir Cliff Richard has scored an emphatic win in his privacy claim against the BBC but, critical as the ruling was, it does not obviously, as the BBC has since claimed, mark "a dramatic shift against press freedom".
By Erin Jones
Football is a business driven by data. Data analytics facilitate player and game analysis, social media provides a platform for modern marketing...
By Matt Hancock
The FCA has published its annual performance report.
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