Key Changes to the Trade Marks Act 1994

Recent changes to Trade Mark regulation have come into force. Read how this could affect you here.

Are your website privacy policies GDPR compliant?

The Information Commissioner indicated that by this date she wants organisations to demonstrate that they are “on the journey” to compliance. An essential part of ensuring compliance with the GDPR is the privacy notice on your website.

Branding: The essential dos and don’ts for a successful brand

Ketan Mistry considers the importance of brand strategy, and delivering a clear message. Get this wrong, and businesses can suffer as a result

Data Protection post Brexit - Is the GDPR in or out?

Following the Brexit decision to leave the EU businesses are left unsure about their data compliance requirements once we leave and whether the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will continue to apply.

Back to school...

With the start of the new academic year looming, Sally Noon looks at the rights of students under consumer legislation in relation to the provision of educational services.

The introduction of the new PSC Register

The PSC register is a new statutory register that limited companies will be required to maintain as from 6 April 2016. Breach of an obligation under the new PSC regime could result in criminal liability and in imprisonment or a fine (or both).

It is finally in

The General Data Protection Regulation enters into force today.

Commercial agents... friend or foe!

Commercial agents can be a great addition to your business and can help you to grow it and raise your business profile outside of your locality. However, problems can arise when the relationship breaks down and you want to terminate the agency.

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.

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.

Our Top 5 Tips to help Wedding Suppliers Avoid Falling Foul of the CMA

The wedding industry in the UK is said to be worth in excess of £10 billion each year with the average wedding costing around £36,000. All wedding suppliers require payment for the services that they provide, however, what happens if things go wrong?

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