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Date: Nov 27, 2017

Waterfront Partner Decision prompts calls for UK review of Domain Name...

On 26 November 2017, The Telegraph on Sunday published an exposé of the activities of Wesley Perkins, described as “one of Britain’s most prolific cybersquatters”. His busines...

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“ .. The Panel would also add that it is unfortunate that the business practices of Mr. Perkins appear to have carried on for the mos...

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Date: Aug 16, 2017

The Premier League renews its battle with illegal ...

On Friday night the Premier League returned with Arsenal beating Leicester 4-3 to temporarily propel themselves to the top of the 2017/18 ta...

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Date: Jul 27, 2017

Employment Tribunal Fees have been abolished: 3 key areas employers sh...

Background In July 2013, Employment Tribunal fees were introduced and Claimants would have to pay fees of up to £1,200 depending on the type of claim they were bringing. The rational for the in...

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The Judgment The Supreme Court decided the Employment Appeal Tribunals Fees Order 2013 (the Fees Order), which implemented the Government&r...

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Date: Apr 12, 2017

‘Unjustified threats’ protection comes a step clos...

In February this year, Matthew Harris spoke to the Law Society Gazette after the IP Bill was passed without amendments. It was reported as f...

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