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  • Business protection: Drafting contracts

    Webinaire

    Date de l’évènement: 24 May 2017

    We are seeing a significant increase in the number of disputes and litigation arising from the misuse of confidential information by individuals. This webinar is the second in a series on business protection and will provide guidance on drafting contracts.

  • ECJ Opinion - Singapore Free Trade Agreement and Brexit implications

    Blog Post

    Envoyé: 19 May 2017

    ​The European Court of Justice's Opinion on questions of the process for concluding a bilateral free trade agreement between the EU and the Republic of Singapore is particularly important as it will determine which provisions will require approval and subsequent ratification from all remaining EU Member States in any UK-EU deal brokered in the context of Brexit.

  • ECJ’s Opinion on the Singapore Free Trade Agreement and the implications for brokering the Brexit deal

    Article

    Envoyé: 19 May 2017

    The European Court of Justice's Opinion on questions of the process for concluding a bilateral free trade agreement between the EU and the Republic of Singapore is particularly important as it will determine which provisions will require approval and subsequent ratification from all remaining EU Member States in any UK-EU deal brokered in the context of Brexit.

  • Business protection: The basics

    Webinaire

    Envoyé: 19 May 2017

    ​Materials from our webinar where Simmons & Simmons partners Andrea Finn and Angus McLean discussed the basics of business protection including risk factors and potential breaches, the business assets at risk and how best to protect these.

  • Failure to give notice of an equitable assignment of a trade mark licence: lessons from GNIC v Holland & Barrett [2017] EWHC 746 (Ch) Accès restreint

    Article

    Envoyé: 19 May 2017

    Failure to give notice of an equitable assignment of a trade mark licence might prevent the assignee from exercising its rights under the licence.

  • Can your most valuable assets walk out of the door?

    Séminaire

    Envoyé: 18 May 2017

    To a large extent, the security of your business is in the hands of those individuals who have access to information, strategy and staff. Managing the risk caused by the natural movement of people into and out of a business, or by negligent or rogue employees, is something that all organisations need to grapple with. This session focuses on some of the practical and legal steps that businesses can take to mitigate the risks arising from today’s increasingly flexible, mobile and global workforce.

  • Blockchain in the real world: A demonstration

    Séminaire

    Envoyé: 18 May 2017

    This session gives a demonstration of a Bitcoin transaction from Jason Vincente, the founder of Aeguana, a bitcoin and blockchain consultancy firm. The session also provides commentary on how the market for enterprise-grade blockchain applications has matured over the last 12 months, and some key legal and regulatory issues that firms are encountering when developing and rolling out blockchain solutions.

  • Investing in start-ups

    Séminaire

    Envoyé: 18 May 2017

    In this session we explore the issues that start-ups and investors encounter and some key challenges they need to overcome.

  • High Court rules on FRAND patent licences

    Article

    Envoyé: 16 May 2017

    Unwired Planet v Huawei: High Court sets FRAND royalty rate

  • Costs and fees at the UPC

    Article

    Envoyé: 04 May 2017

    This article looks at the Unified Patent Court (UPC) Rules on recoverable costs and court fees. It considers how the UPC's court fees compare to those applicable in national courts and looks at the interplay between the UPC's rules on recoverable costs and court fees.

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