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Dealing With Breach of PatentJune 8, 2017

When you discover that a business has breached your patent, what should you do? The answer to this question has two...

Mother Suffered Discrimination After Part-Time Return From Maternity LeaveJune 8, 2017

The Equality Act 2010 makes it unlawful to discriminate against or treat a woman unfavourably because of her pregnancy, or...

Cocktail of Drugs Not Sufficient to Overturn WillJune 7, 2017

Disputes about the validity of wills frequently centre on allegations that the deceased lacked 'mental capacity' when they created a...

Engineers Must Pay for Defective Design of Seaside Storm CulvertJune 7, 2017

Contract arbitrators' decisions are meant to be final and challenging them is always an uphill struggle. This point was illustrated...

High Court Encourages Social Workers to Make Use of FacebookJune 7, 2017

In the Internet era, it is wholly acceptable to use Facebook or other social media to make contact with those...

New prospectus regulation mark-upJune 6, 2017

On the 16th of May the European Council adopted the new Prospectus Regulation. This will bring many changes and some...

Kerman & Co advises AIM-quoted Empyrean Energy PLCMay 24, 2017

The Corporate & Capital Markets team of Kerman & Co advised AIM-quoted client Empyrean Energy (AIM: EME), an energy resource...

Kerman & Co delighted to take part in London Legal 10k charity walk 2017May 23, 2017

Kerman & Co were delighted to take part in yesterday evening’s London Legal 10k Walk 2017, run by the London...

World records: a thing of the past?May 23, 2017

For those familiar with recent major sporting headlines, few will have missed this one. The International Association of Athletics Federations (“IAAF”),...

Emails requesting consent to future marketing is a breach of PECRMay 22, 2017

Two companies, UK independent airline FlyBe and car manufacturer Honda Motor Europe Limited, recently received significant fines from the Information...

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