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What’s In A (Domain) Name?

What’s In A Domain Name?

Domain names are a considerable business asset in today’s digital world. Therefore, disputes can be costly, requiring expert legal advice and representation. If you are in any doubt as to the value of popular domain names, consider the following: In […]


Remedies Available For IP Infringements

Remedies Available For IP Infringements

Remedies Available For IP Infringements Intellectual Property (IP) rights are there to protect you, your company, your brand and your image. IP rights and intangible assets can account for up to 80% of a company’s value[1] yet we don’t seem […]


Sticks and Stones: Defamation and Social Media

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Sticks and Stones: Defamation on Social Media Following the General Elections this year and amongst the casualties was Diane Abbott, the Shadow Home Secretary. A woman who has served in public office for 30 years took a leave of absence, […]


A Victory For The Rule of Law – Supreme Court Declares Employment Tribunal Fees Unlawful

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A Victory For The Rule of Law – Supreme Court Declares Employment Tribunal Fees Unlawful Employees who have been hindered from bringing a claim against their employer in the Employment Tribunal because they cannot afford the fees were handed an […]


Legal Actions That Could Stem From The Chilcot Report

Chilcot – The Fallout One hundred and seventy-nine.  That is the number of British Soldiers who lost their lives in the Iraq War between 2003 and 2009. I would like to apply the same numerical certainty to the number of […]


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