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The "average consumer" test is analysed by the High Court
The use of the term “fibre” in broadband advertisements for part-fibre services was unlikely to mislead the average consumer.
Whytes Bikes are triumphant in a copyright infringement claim concerning their stag logo
A recent case concerning copyright infringement provides a useful reminder of how witness evidence can make or break a case.
Age appropriate design – the ICO consults on its new code aiming to protect children online
The Information Commissioner’s Office has released its new code on age-appropriate design (the “Code”) for consultation.
Are my rights to use leisure facilities enforceable?
Lauren Fraser and Katie Helmore discuss whether rights to use leisure facilities constitute an easement.
Beach bodies, adverts and gender stereotypes
CAP announces new rules and guidelines following review into harmful gender stereotypes in advertising.
Have yourself a counterfeit-free Christmas…
How often do we really think about the origin of the gifts that we buy?
Beanz and gone (twice)
Advertising Standards Authority throws out Heinz Beanz advert for the second time due to nutritional claims.
Art Law newsletter - July 2018
Welcome to the second edition of our biannual art law newsletter.