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Chain reaction

Partners Andrew Wingfield and Scott Farrell discuss the potential of blockchain to transform the luxury sector in an article for Luxury Briefing.

14 March 2016
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Brexit in Brief: Data Protection

[Video] James Walsh talks about data protection as a key issue for many voters, who value their privacy in an increasingly digital world.

14 March 2016
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A technology boardrooms cannot afford to ignore

Corporate partner Andrew Wingfield shares his insight on the potential of blockchain technology to transform established markets, in article for C Suite.

09 March 2016
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No plans to immediately regulate blockchain in the UK

The FCA has reiterated its desire to promote a thriving environment for financial innovation, supporting disruptive innovation and Fintech development. The hope is that this will see an...

07 March 2016
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UPC court fees and recoverable costs announced

Unified Patent Court Preparatory Committee issues rules on court fees and recovery of costs

German court dismisses German press publishers’ legal action against Google

German Court holds that Google did not abuse its dominant position by requesting to show snippets and previews of publishers’ websites for free.

26 February 2016
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CAT to hear BT appeal against Ofcom pay-television decision in July 2016

The CAT will hear BT's appeal against the decision made by Ofcom to remove a regulatory obligation imposed on Sky to offer Sky Sports 1 and 2 to...

26 February 2016
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Court grants further website blocking order against sites selling counterfeit products

High Court grants website blocking order but appeal in Cartier I is imminent

25 February 2016
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Which way to the Court of Appeal? Streetmap to appeal High Court decision in Google dominance case

Streetmap intends to appeal the High Court’s decision that Google’s exclusive use of thumbnails to its own maps content is not an abuse of dominance.

18 February 2016
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Glee: trade mark infringement based on wrong way round confusion

Court of Appeal confirms that ‘wrong way round confusion’ has a role to play in trade mark infringement in finding the popular TV show glee infringed marks owned...

17 February 2016
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