July 2013

Summer 2013 Newsletter is now available!

31-07-2013 14:59

Our most recent newsletter is now available online!

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Employment Tribunal Rules

29-07-2013 09:59

Did you know the new employment tribunal rules come into force today (29 July 2013) introducing Employment Tribunal fees?

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Nominet seeks comments on new proposal for second level domain registration system

25-07-2013 14:17

Nominet, the body responsible for .uk domain names has announced a proposal for a revised system of registration of second level domain names.

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Intellectual Property: Did you know…?

22-07-2013 15:25

Did you know that it’s not just words or logos that can be registered as trade marks?

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Property Litigation: Did you know…?

18-07-2013 09:28

Did you know that the only way to evict a residential tenant is by serving notice, issuing proceedings, obtaining an order for possession and instructing the Court Bailiff to enforce it?

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Minister for Intellectual Property announces new measures for targeting IP crime

15-07-2013 12:03

On 28 June 2013, the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills announced its plans for a new police unit to tackle Intellectual Property crime, such as counterfeiting and piracy.

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Intellectual Property Law: Did you know…?

11-07-2013 09:32

Did you know that copyright does not need registration like other forms of Intellectual Property?

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Home Office Consultation on checks to be made by private landlords

08-07-2013 10:53

The Home Office has published a Consultation detailing proposals
requiring private Landlords to check the immigration status of new Tenants.

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Employment law: Did you know…?

04-07-2013 10:08

Did you know that if you place a record of an informal
warning on an employee’s personnel file you have arguably converted it into a
formal warning?

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Intellectual Property Office seeking comments on draft Copyright legislation

01-07-2013 14:31

As we reported in January 2012, the Intellectual Property Office (the IPO) was looking for comments in respect of certain recommendations that the law relating to exceptions for copyright infringement be changed.

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