It will surely have been difficult for any of us to have missed the news of Harry and Meghan's tell-all interview this week, during which numerous allegations were made. One notable such comment was Harry's revelation that his family cut him off financially in early 2020 following the announcement that he and his wife would step back as senior members of The Royal Family.
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A court in China dealing with a divorce recently ordered the man to compensate his soon to be ex-wife for housework/childcare she had undertaken during their marriage. While this seems like an unusual ruling, would the same be applicable in Scotland?
The Building Standards Technical Handbooks 2020 introduce new standards and guidance applicable to all building warrants submitted from 1 March 2021 and to building work which does not require a warrant commenced from that date.
HM Intellectual Property Snapshot: 3 ways to use intellectual property to help navigate the start of 2021
Businesses continue to face challenges as we approach the one-year mark of the effects of COVID. Using intellectual property, such as the name of the company or product, its logo and its domain name, effectively can help a business to adapt and survive, or even thrive, at this time. Here we look at three key ways in which you can use your intellectual property to benefit your business.
Intellectual Property disputes often present an opportunity for the aggrieved party to take formal action in either England or Scotland. There are some important differences in procedure, costs and legal principles between the two jurisdictions, which can prove significant in determining strategy. Here we set out some of the key jurisdictional differences and explain why it is worth considering pursuing IP claims in Scotland rather than England.