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By Gavin Llewellyn
The CJEU decided an Internet Service Provider may be ordered to block its customers’ access to a copyright infringing website.
By Rosalind Packham
Permitted development rights are to be amended to enable additional changes of use and associated building works to take place.
By Philip Somarakis
On 13 February 2014, the Home Office began a six week consultation on the introduction of locally-set fees under the Licensing Act 2003 in England and Wales.
By Philip Somarakis
The Home Office has commenced a consultation tackling a potential nationwide relaxation of licensing hours during this year’s FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
By Marie Van Der Zyl, Laura Livingstone, Rebecca (Lake) Lynch
The Government has confirmed that NMW rates will rise with effect from 1 October 2014.
By Rosalind Packham
Converting a garage into a habitable room is often a highly desirable way of increasing living space particularly where the garage is an integral part of the house.
By Davenport Lyons
Anybody bringing a claim in the Employment Tribunal or making an appeal to the Employment Appeal Tribunal has been required to pay a fee.
By Colin Sawdy
The High Court determines that Amazon’s use of the trade mark LUSH in its sponsored advertisements and on its website constitutes trade mark infringement.
By Philip Somarakis
On 5th February 2014 the Home Office published its guidance on banning the sale of ‘below cost’ alcohol in England and Wales.
By Gavin Llewellyn
The Court of Justice of the European Union handed down its decision yesterday on whether providing links to copyright protected materials located on other websites is a copyright infringement.
By Jim Dennis, Nadia Zegze
In the world of e-commerce, keeping up with the competition is key, especially when it comes to buying keywords containing competitors' trade marks.
By Gavin Llewellyn
Google has once again come under the privacy spotlight as the EU closely watches US litigation over its use of automatic scanning software which takes keywords from users’ e-mails to generate targeted advertising.
By Andrew Priest
When a chef decides to bake a cake, the expression of his intellectual creation is not the cake but rather the recipe for the cake.
By Michelle Brown
On 1 November 2013 changes were introduced into UK copyright law which have a material impact on the music industry.
By Jim Dennis, Lucy Howard
It is now commonplace for retailers to incorporate brand names and images into their clothing designs.