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EU Trade Mark changes incoming: 1st October 2017

EU Trade Mark changes incoming: 1st October 2017

There are a number of changes coming to the EU trade mark regime next month. An excellent summary is available from the EUIPO here, and our expert Chris Haywood talks through some of the impacts that ...

Walking to help those in need: Bristol #legalwalk

Walking to help those in need: Bristol #legalwalk

On Monday 18 September a team of 8 walkers and a sausage dog from Gregg Latchams will take part in the 2017 annual Bristol Legal Walk. The Bristol Legal Walk is a 10km sponsored walk around Bristo...

Extending the lease on your flat - a brief guide to obtaining a lease extension

Extending the lease on your flat - a brief guide to obtaining a lease extension

If you have owned a long lease on a flat for more than 2 years then you may be entitled to obtain a lease extension of 90 years. This is likely to make the property more attractive to potential purch...

Government Chooses Preferred Partners for Council Construction

Government Chooses Preferred Partners for Council Construction

The Homes and Communities Agency, or HCA, has announced the names of 70 trusted developers and contractors for residential development, giving councils a shortlist of pre-approved developers and contr...

Commercial Agents: The Law - a brief overview

Commercial Agents: The Law - a brief overview

 The terms of the Commercial Agents (Council Directive) Regulations 1993 (SI 1993/3053) (as amended) ('the Regulations') implement Council Directive 86/653 [1986] OJ L382/17 ('the Directive'). The Re...

Discrimination: Adverse inferences and proof – a change of approach

Discrimination: Adverse inferences and proof – a change of approach

Cecily Donoghue, employment solicitor specialist at the Gregg Latchams’ Bristol office reports on the recent Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) decision which has found there is no burden on Claima...

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