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We are looking for a talented individual with a positive attitude who can work calmly and effectively within complex, often pressurised commercial situations.
Following a consultation carried out last year, the Government has recently announced that it intends to introduce regulations that will make it compulsory for private rented property to be fitted with carbon monoxide detectors.
 The Review of Property Conditions in the Private Rented Sector
The Employment Tribunal has just dealt with its first
case of ‘vaping’ which is the term given to the use of an e-cigarette.
Regular readers of our updates will recall our newsletter article in Autumn 2013 which reported on the High Court decision finding Topshop was liable for passing off after selling t-shirts with a picture of Rihanna on the front.
On 16 January 2015, the Government department for Business Innovation and Skills published updated guidance for businesses on cyber security.
We would like to wish all of our blog readers and Twitter followers a very Merry Christmas and a healthy and prosperous 2015!
Unison’s challenge to the legality of the employment tribunal fee system has been dismissed with no published reasons as of yet. Watch this space…..
Our Winter 2014 Newsletter is now available online to download and read.
As we announced back in August, we are working together with Loven Trade Mark and Patent Attorneys to offer you expert help and advice in the form of Intellectual Property surgeries.
The Intellectual Property Office (the IPO) has issued guidance on how to apply for a licence from the IPO to use an Orphan Work so that the risk of copyright infringement is minimised.