High Court victory for Enterprise Holdings in trade mark claim

City law firm Lewis Silkin act in second major IP-related case in

14 Jan 2015

‘Je suis Charlie’ phrase unlikely to ever be trade marked

Phrase made famous by Paris terror attack has already been the subject of more than 50 trade mark applications i

14 Jan 2015

Law Commission takes balanced approach on right to light

New report aims to make law more transparent for home owners an

04 Dec 2014

Aggravation over AGAs

Karl King discusses taking a pragmatic approach to anti-avoidance provisions in the Landlord and Tenant (Covenants) Act 199

10 Nov 2014

Knowing MEES, knowing you

Charlotte Ross discusses breaches of competition law by local authorities, energy efficiency regulations for commercial properties as well as leases an

04 Nov 2014

How much is enough? Contractors' and consultants' PII

Solicitors can give useful guidance to clients about professional indemnity insurance levels, even if they cannot make commercial judgements, says Chri

28 Oct 2014

IP/IT update

Susan Singleton considers the changes to ownership of IP rights under the new Intellectual Property Ac

10 Sep 2014

The ADR approach in lease renewal disputes

The changing economic climate means that arbitration is increasingly becoming a preferred method of dispute resolution in lease renewals, explains Pau

21 Jul 2014

Commercial property update

Magnus Hassett and Nikolas Ireland discuss Land Registry practice, leases, M&S’s failed appeal, insuring trees and the new capital allowance rule

07 Jul 2014