New EU Trademark Reforms now in force

As of 23 March 2016 new trademark laws came into force that affect the registration of trademarks in European Union. Fiona Boswell discusses the key changes.

Serious about Data Protection

With the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation looming, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has also been flexing its muscles with the imposition of its largest ever fine of £350,000 on Prodial Limited.

Time to make a will?

Most people are aware of the importance of a will, which sets out how an individual’s assets are to be distributed on their death. Still, many people have not yet signed a will nor updated their last will since a material change in circumstances.

Fraser Brown advises on sale of BioCity company Food and Drug Analytical Services (FDAS)

Fraser Brown’s Corporate team led by partner Tom Gray and assisted by Peter Abel, have acted on the sale of a leading Nottingham pharmaceutical testing business.

A new Bar Lounge & Grill opens yards from the Nottingham's National Ice Centre

An exciting new venue, SaltBox, has just been brought to Nottingham by brothers Mick and Tony Iacovitti, who were assisted by Natalie Barnes of the Commercial Property department and David Lucas and Jo Soar, Fraser Brown's Licensing specialists.

How to ensure that your customers pay their invoices on time?

Richard Brackenbury advises on how to ensure that your customers pay their invoices on time.

What can an employer do when an employee ‘pulls a sickie’?

Many employers have to deal with malingering, which occurs where employees fabricate or exaggerate the symptoms of mental or physical disorders in order to receive pay or other compensation, or to avoid attending work. Can malingering be prevented?

The Lifecycle of a Commercial Lease - Stage 2

Chris Chan of Fraser Brown and Peter Carroll of FHP discuss the 2nd stage of the commercial lease's ‘lifecycle’, giving an overview of issues property litigators and surveyors face when working with tenants and landlords on commercial lease cases.

Fraser Brown help bring a Premier Board Game Café Bar to Nottingham

Ludorati Café Bar, a premier board game venue located in Nottingham’s city centre will be welcoming its first customers at a Grand Opening on Saturday, 19th March. Jo Soar, Fraser Brown's licensing specialist has secured the premises' license.

Employment Law updates

John Buchanan, Partner in the Employment and HR department provides updates on the increase on limits for statutory payments and on postponing Employment Tribunal claims.

“But we are common law husband and wife, so you are protected...”

Laura Clark comments on the recent case of Ms Joy Williams, which demonstrates that a common law husband or wife is not automatically afforded any legal entitlement on the death of their partner.

A fresh approach to resolving customer disputes

Disputes and complaints often arise when you are in business and they can be both costly and time consuming. The EU has recognised this and is responsible for setting up a method of alternative dispute resolution through the ODR Regulation.

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