From 14 January 2019, the European Trademark Directive 2015 will be implemented through changes to UK Trademark Law.
Legal experts warn that Patent Law is likely to fall behind the advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in times to come.
With innovation, comes the need for new adaptation. Law must continually adapt with the inventions and development of mankind to keep order, withhold ethics or resolve conflict.
How far are an individual’s Human Rights affected in regards to the legal understanding of the internet?
To what extent can legislation enacted by the nation state have precedence over universal laws, such as those found within mathematics?
As Intellectual Property Law (IP) rapidly advances, how much will the change to GDPR this year effect the impact of IP upon businesses?
The European Union is set to issue and enforce a ‘General Data Protection Regulation’ (GDPR) on 25th May 2018, in which the current British legislation has been amended, in order to comply with this. MP Matt Hancock released a ‘Statement of Intent’ on Monday 7th August 2017, regarding a ‘new data protection bill’ to be
In Absolute Lofts South West London v Artisan Home Improvements, the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court (Court) has clarified how the quantum of damages in cases of knowing infringement of copyright should be determined. Apart from the “user principle” laid down in Henderson, the Court examined the potential difference of quantum that word arise from the
The Intellectual Property Enterprise Court (“Court”), in their recent judgment for the case of The Sofa Workshop Ltd v Sofaworks Ltd, has clarified on certain criteria for a trademark to be eligible for registration under EU Regulation 207/2009 (“Regulation”). What is more important from this case is its implication on whether a trademark should be
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), through its judgment delivered on 21 July 2015 on the case of Satakunnan Markkinaporssi Oy and Satamedia Oy v. Finland, reiterated the position of the court on cases that concern competing interests between right of an individual’s privacy and journalistic freedom of expression. Background of the Case Satakunnan
Hudson McKenzie are delighted to announce that our Managing Partner, Rahul Batra has been included in the list of top UK lawyers published by Citywealth Magazine. Click here to view full listing. The Citywealth Leaders List is the indispensible best of the best online directory of wealth management professionals worldwide. This online resource provides a
Arguably, one of the most important questions discussed by lawmakers and academics is our right to privacy and how to be forgotten in the midst of our digital era. Interestingly, the European Court recently decided to implement the right of an individual to be forgotten, concluding that Google should erase all links, including legal rulings.
The Legal 500 UK 2013 list has been published today and we are delighted to have been recognised for exceptional legal services we provide to our clients. We have been noted by the publication for our services offered in the area of Immigration Law as one of the best immigration lawyers in the UK. The Legal 500 is the leading legal research
The Legal Ombudsman has warned that using cut-rate legal advisers sometimes leaves people unable to pursue complaints when things go wrong. The 2007 Legal Services Act came into force on 25th May 2011. The most significant consequence of the Legal Services Act has been allowing legal services to be delivered outside of the traditional law
Hudson McKenzie is proud to announce the launch of its new website on 23 August 2013. This launch comes in conjunction with the firm adding other legal services. The firm has added to its legal capabilities in a move to embrace the changing legal landscape, providing its clients a more complete legal service, thereby positioning