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Antitrust shake-up jeopardises IP licence arrangements
New rules on the licensing of intellectual property are due to come into effect on 30 April 2014
Binding 'pre-nup' law for couples proposed
The Law Commission published recommendations on 27 February 2014 in relation to the enforceability of marital agreements.
The Law Commission’s proposals on nuptial agreements
The Law Commission published recommendations on enforceability of marital agreements and on the dissolution of civil partnerships.
Jack Wills wins trade mark dispute against House of Fraser
Jack Wills has won its claim in relation to House of Fraser's use of a similar logo on its in-house label "Linea".
Whether you have a high street pharmacy or a dispensary in a health centre, most leases require the landlord to insure the building.
The use of composite logo/word marks - Specsavers V Asda
The CJEU has ruled on questions referred to it by the Court of Appeal in the ongoing dispute between Specsavers and Asda.
How to justify a compulsory retirement age
It is possible to justify a compulsory retirement age, according to the recent Tribunal decision
Ad Hoc v International Arbitration
International arbitration remains the preferred dispute resolution mechanism for cross-border disputes for major international corporations