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26/07/2018

Hot off the press - Government publishes Employer Toolkit for EU settlement scheme

The Government has published its Employer Toolkit that will help those employers taking a proactive approach to planning for Brexit.

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26/07/2018

Taking a break - has Kit Kat trademark dispute come to an end?

In 2002, Nestle applied for a trademark in Europe for the shape of Kit Kat. Just 16 years later the European Court of Justice said ‘non’. Lawrence Morley looks at the high car set for protecting three-dimensional trademarks.

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17/07/2018

Overage - and out

Is an overage enforceable even if dwellings referred to in the overage agreement can’t be built? It would appear so. Isabel Alderton-Sell of our Property Development team looks at the facts of a recent Court of Appeal decision.

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12/07/2018

UK privacy watchdog fines Facebook £500k

Dispute Resolution Partner, Jonathan Compton, looks at the record fine imposed on Facebook by the ICO.

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11/07/2018

Three cheers for Partner promotions

DMH Stallard is delighted to announce three promotions to partnership from its private client, planning and environment, and corporate practices.

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10/07/2018

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) - what you need to know

GDPR is one acronym that has been impossible to ignore in recent months. The new regime is something we must all embrace; TMT Partner Robert Ganpatsingh reminds us why.

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09/07/2018

Commercial pilot seeks judicial review of CAA in respect of the age restriction on commercial pilots

Simon Elcock, Partner, is acting for a vastly experienced pilot seeking a judicial review of the CAA’s position on the EU Aircrew Regulations.

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Blog, Legal Updates
06/07/2018

Closing the registration gap

The recent Court of Appeal decision in Baker v Craggs [2018] reverses the decision of the lower court which had meant that having sold a property, the original owner could create new rights over the property which would bind the new owner of the property. Isabel Alderton-Sell of our Property Development team looks at the facts.

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