Blog and Comment

Blog and Comment

12 February 2018

Trade mark scam invoices

Nick Daviesposted byNick Davies Partner

Trade mark scam invoices

This scam has been around for years but we still hear from clients who have either fallen for the scam or who are concerned to establish whether an ‘invoice’ they have received is genuine or not.... Read more

1 February 2018

The clock is ticking: a countdown to GDPR compliance

Paul Longlandposted byPaul Longland Partner

The clock is ticking: a countdown to GDPR compliance

Data protection legislation is facing huge changes. On 25th of May 2018, the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) takes effect on all European Union (EU) member states including the United Kingdom. Failure to comply could see huge fines of up to 4% of a company’s global turnover or 20 Million Euros, whichever is higher!... Read more

29 November 2017

Cohabitation Awareness Week

Lindsay Halliwellposted byLindsay Halliwell Senior Associate

Cohabitation Awareness Week

Cohabiting couples are the fastest growing type of family in the UK but how many of those unmarried couples are not sure of their legal rights? This week, Resolution, an organisation of family lawyers and other professionals, are calling on its members to raise awareness of the lack of rights for those who live together.... Read more

27 November 2017Mediation

To mediate or not to mediate

Peter Rolphposted byPeter Rolph Managing Partner

To mediate or not to mediate

There have been a series of cases where the Courts have been very firmly advising parties to disputes to mediate to try and find a solution outside the Court process. It is clear that mediation is a way of providing a confidential cost effective way to resolving disputes and saving a huge amount of time, cost and uncertainty. ... Read more