Anna Sowerby, Trainee Solicitor
Anna is currently a trainee at Charles Russell Speechlys.
Anna is currently a trainee at Charles Russell Speechlys. The two-year training contract is divided into four seats giving trainees the opportunity to experience a range of different practice areas before qualification.
Consumers’ unwitting assumptions: A [wh]iskey business in brand competition
Olivia and Anna look at the Liverpool Gin Distillery Ltd v Sazerac Brands LLC case and the question of 'indirect confusion'
Construct.Law - Summer 2021
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Anna Sowerby writes for The Fashion Law on the new collaborative approach being taken by luxury brands and online platforms to fight fakes
Online platforms are now under pressure to be more proactive in their approach to tackling the ever-escalating issue of counterfeit goods.
Counterfeit goods – online platforms and luxury brands take a new collaborative approach
Online retail has been increasing for the best part of a decade due to a shift in consumer behaviour.
Can linking to copyright material be restricted? Yes - clarity at last.
The Court of Justice of the European Union held that a copyright owner could indeed restrict linking to material.
Infra.law - Spring 2021
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Assignment, novation and construction contracts - What is your objective?
What are the terms of the contract under which the sub-contractor carries out the works for the employer?
‘Subject to contract’ – The effect of these words in settlement negotiations
The importance of the ‘subject to contract’ label during settlement negotiations and communications.
Construct.law - Winter 2020
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Omitting works from an NEC contract: Valuation under the contractual mechanism
Taking a look at the potential dangers of varying the scope of works and how such variations may be assessed under a construction contract.