Late payment has long been a problem for businessowners, but the Covid-19 pandemic seems to have compounded cashflow concerns. If getting what you’re owed …
Unfair prejudice claims have risen over the last 12 to 18 months, many triggered by the impact of Covid.
What is an unfair prejudice claim?
Eminem’s former record company argues that a UK label’s album pressing caused big anniversary re-release plans to be abandoned.
Following a Supreme Court ruling, thousands of businesses impacted by COVID-19 could now be eligible to claim on their business interruption insurance.
High Court has refuses summary judgment to a claimant in a procurement challenge and lifts the automatic suspension on awarding the contract in favour of Newcastle City Council.
A global hotel group has been fined after a four year old data breach was identified, even though the business was in different hands when the cyber-attack originally occurred. Here’s how historic breaches can bite.
A new test case could prove to be good news for those struggling to claim business interruption insurance.
Banksy’s ‘flower bomber’ case highlights trade mark pitfalls for businesses, explains George Festing, our IP disputes specialist.
With more than 50% of businesses expecting their revenues to fall by more than 50% over the coming months, now is the time to act to prevent further financial disruption.
Tired of having your kitchen or bathroom designs ‘stolen’ and used by cheaper suppliers? It’s a frustration you can avoid, says Alex Craig – Head of Intellectual Property at law firm Muckle LLP.