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A fine of £1.5 million has been issued against Dar Lighting Limited (‘Dar’), a UK-based supplier of domestic lighting, for engaging in...
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The UK IPO's decision to register the word CARIAD for candles in class 4 has been criticised by another manufacturer of candles, on the...
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The MHRA has now published the Department for Health and Social Care (DHSC) response to the public consultation on future changes to the...
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The Estates Gazette and Bidwells conference held in Westminster this week had the intriguing title ‘Creating a Scientific Superpower’....
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On 9 June 2022, video games developer Bungie (developer of the popular looter shooter game Destiny 2) moved for the US District Court of...
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If you have been following the UPC "saga", you already know that it's currently at the final stage - which means that we should witness...
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Permitted embryo? What on Earth is this all about? Why does anyone need to permit a human embryo? Who other than the embryo's parents...
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The recent case of Stobart Capital Ltd v Esken Ltd considered the validity of a termination notice served by Esken on Stobart Capital as...
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On Thursday 16 June, the Department of Media, Culture & Sport (DCMS) published the response to its Data Reform consultation, outlining...
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The CMA has published the final report from its market study into mobile ecosystems. The report covers a lot of ground, analysing Apple...
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Del Boy fans wouldn’t have been surprised to have seen him trying to shift copies of an unofficial James Bond or Harry Potter novel down...
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The CMA's investigation into the suspected unfair pricing of phenytoin sodium capsules started in May 2013. Needless to say, it has been...