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Taylor Vinters
The UK and EU Intellectual Property Offices have seen a number of new applications filed over the last few months for various COVID-19 trade marks.
UK
Gowling WLG
The Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) has handed down the latest, strident judgment in a recent spate of decisions concerning the Electronic Communications Code ('the 2017 Code').
Anthony Gold
When a person dies, their will can be one of the most important documents they leave behind.
Dechert
A thorny question which can arise on the termination of an individual's employment relates to the individual's ongoing duty of confidentiality to his or her former employer. A recent case brought
Dechert
The California Attorney General's Office (California AG) submitted final proposed regulations (Regulations) under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) to the California Office of Administrative
DMH Stallard
In this webinar our Employment team review the changes to the furlough scheme, which are due to take effect from the end of July and are likely to have a considerable influence in...
DMH Stallard
The impact of COVID-19 is being felt across the commercial world. Many businesses have faced unprecedented disruption. This webinar looks at the options available to businesses ...
DMH Stallard
Changes to how hearings are run, particularly in the context of the use of new technology; New expectations on the parties and their advisors when dealing with vulnerable parties;
Veale Wasbrough Vizards
As Brexit talks intensify, bio/pharma companies from both the UK and EU need to consider and aim to prepare for all scenarios.
Walker Morris
The latest Treasury Direction for the furlough scheme, updated on 26 June 2020, could modify the effect of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
Withers LLP
As lockdown restrictions ease, countries across the world are grappling with how to safely restart their economies after such a sudden halt.
Anthony Gold
The Court of Appeal handed down its judgment in the case of Jarvis v Evans & Evans (B5/2019/2258) on Tuesday 7 July 2020. The Court ruled unanimously that serving...
Clyde & Co
Business leaders are increasingly aware of the need to make their businesses better able to deal with future shocks created by climate change.
Withers LLP
The government has, since March of this year, introduced a number of measures to protect occupiers from the impact of the crisis caused by pandemic.
Taylor Vinters
At our recent People Summit Series online event, we set out to explore how businesses are preparing to re-open or ramp up their operations as...
Walker Morris
In this case, the Supreme Court accepted Bresco Electrical Services Limited's (Bresco) appeal, and held that Insolvency Practitioners (IPs) are permitted to refer claims on...
Dechert
The U.S. Government, through the Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control ("OFAC"), has imposed comprehensive sanctions against Syria since 2011.
Dechert
As part of its response to the coronavirus pandemic, the UK government issued guidance on 7 May 2020 ‘strongly encouraging' contractual parties to ‘act responsibly and fairly in the national interest in performing...
Cooley LLP
The UK government announced last week that the Future Fund is to be expanded, both in terms of the amount of funding available for early-stage, high-growth startups and the eligibility...
Cooley LLP
The UK offers a range of markets that companies based in the People's Republic of China (PRC) might consider as venues for a primary or secondary listing of their equity securities.
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