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Waterfront's Christmas Themed Legal Trivia!
This Christmas the office has been divided into teams to compete in the ultimate Christmas themed legal trivia quiz! You can get involved via our Twitter page here.
UK
29 Jul 2019
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Advanced Subscription Agreements: A Brief Summary
I have set out below a brief summary of what ASAs are and their advantages, disadvantages and common terms.
UK
26 Jul 2019
3
Proposed £183 Million Fine For British Airways – What Does It Mean For You?
The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has given notice yesterday (Monday 8 July 2019) that it intends to fine British Airways over £183 million, for infringements of the General Data
UK
17 Jul 2019
4
'WhoIs' The Infringer? Tracking Down A Domain Registrant In A Post-GDPR World.
Just over one year since the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR), and the scrutiny by supervisory authorities across Europe is in full swing as they shape
UK
2 Jul 2019
5
Data Protection – Preparing For Brexit
It seems like yesterday everyone was amending their contracts to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
UK
20 Mar 2019
6
Redenomination Of Share Capital: Initial Considerations
Recently, our corporate law team have been assisting a number of clients with redenominating their share capital
UK
26 Feb 2019
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For Nando's And Fernando's: Independent Restaurant Accused Of Trade Mark Infringement
The restaurant chain for the aficionado of peri-peri chicken and enthusiasts of a spontaneous "cheeky" chicken meal is currently the subject of an IP dispute.
UK
26 Feb 2019
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Controversial Changes To Copyright Law
A new EU Copyright Directive is being proposed which could have important implications for commercial online platforms
European Union
19 Feb 2019
9
Asking For Employer References – What Can You Ask, And When? GDPR And Other Legal Considerations.
During the hiring process, employers will usually request the names and contact details of a candidate's current employer in order to obtain a reference.
UK
9 Oct 2018
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The Risks Of Reposting Online Content: CJEU Rules On The Unauthorised Reposting Of Copyright Protected Works On The Internet
On 7 August 2018 the CJEU ruled that the unauthorised re-posting of a copyright protected work would be an act of communication to the public within Article 3(1) of the InfoSoc Directive (2001/29) (see: C-161/17 Cordoba).
European Union
23 Aug 2018
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Should Internships Be Paid Or Unpaid?
This is a question which comes up a lot – and the answer depends on what the intern will be doing and for how long.
UK
23 May 2018
13
For Nando's And Fernando's: Independent Restaurant Accused Of Trade Mark Infringement
The restaurant chain for the aficionado of peri-peri chicken and enthusiasts of a spontaneous "cheeky" chicken meal is currently the subject of an IP dispute.
UK
27 Apr 2018
14
GDPR - The Final Countdown
Today marks the start of the 1 month countdown until the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is effective across the European Union (EU).
UK
27 Apr 2018
15
For Nando's And Fernando's: Independent Restaurant Accused Of Trade Mark Infringement
The restaurant chain for the aficionado of peri-peri chicken and enthusiasts of a spontaneous "cheeky" chicken meal is currently the subject of an IP dispute.
UK
26 Mar 2018
16
Taxation Of Termination Payments: What Changes In April 2018?
Is my severance pay taxable? Can I pay less tax on it? Is my redundancy package structured in the most tax-efficient way?
UK
15 Mar 2018
17
Non-League Football Club Told To Stop Using Their Name And Initials
Dulwich Hamlet Football Club currently sit at the top of English football's seventh tier.
UK
13 Mar 2018
18
Pioneering Women In The History Of Technology - We Take A Look On International Women's Day.
International Women's Day is celebrated on March 8 every year. It commemorates the movement for women's rights. To celebrate it, let's take a look at some of the most notable female pioneers in the history of technology.
UK
12 Mar 2018
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Anthony Speaks To The Law Society Gazette Regarding Gig Economy Reform
Our head of employment law, Anthony Purvis has given his comments to The Law Society Gazette in response to the government's decision to defer on reform of the so-called 'gig economy'.
UK
20 Feb 2018
20
Matthew Talks To The Law Society About The IP (Unjustified Threats) Act 2017
Intellectual Property policy adviser Lauren Rabaiotti discusses some of the main changes introduced by the IP (Unjustified Threats) Act with IP Law Committee member and Waterfront partner, Matthew Harris.
UK
15 Feb 2018
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