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There has been much recent publicity about the use of famous people
in advertising, acknowledging that paying celebrities to endorse
products can reap...
Last year the Enron and WorldCom scandals highlighted just how
costly a damaged reputation can be. It is doubtful whether the
media could have detected...
The Regulations (SI 2002 No 3045) implement Directive 1999/44/EC, also known as the "consumer guarantees" directive, by amending the Sale...
Arsenal Football Club has suffered a very surprising defeat at the
hands of Mr Justice Laddie in the High Court, following what
appeared to be a conclusively...
From 29 January 2003, SIDN (click here
to access the website), the national registry for .nl domain
names, will open up .nl domain names to groups and...
The Court of Appeal has clarified the nature of the
defence of reasonable belief of non-infringement under section
92(5) of the Trade Marks Act 1994,...
Recent ASA and ITC decisions concerning health
claims made in advertisements for Tetley tea bags have illustrated
the difficulty in satisfying the regulators...
Foreign businesses to be eligible for .cn (China) domain
The development of the internet within China is set
to receive a boost in December...
A new UK law has changed the penalties for
copyright and trade mark theft and help enforcement agencies to
pursue the infringers.
The Copyright, etc...
The European Court of Justice ("ECJ") has found in favour of
Arsenal Football Club in its battle against unofficial merchandise
vendor, Mr Reed. In a...
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