Virtuoso Legal’s Lakmal Walawage and Dr. Martin Douglas Hendry have had an article included in Vol 30, Issue 2 of Entertainment Law Review. The article concerned an in-depth case review of the Argos v....
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Whether it’s the competing demands of a heavy workload and young children or dealing with the traditionalist views still present in a historically male-dominated field, the life of a female lawyer can be a hectic one. International Women’s Day offers an opportunity to take a closer look at the progress made, and progress still to come.
Virtuoso Legal IP Top 10: February – Whisky Business, Article 13’s “Door in the Face” and Football Stickers
Whilst February was the shortest month of the year, it was also extremely eventful. Across the World of IP there were a host of headlines that hit our radar. Here (in no particular order) is a slightly humorous look at 10 stories from February 2019 that caught our eye.
The Cypriot government suffered defeat in the UK High Court when appeal was dismissed against invalidatatio of the “Halloumi” trade mark.
Virtuoso Legal’s London office has moved to Fox Court off Chancery Lane. The growing IP Protect team are now a stones throw from the courts.
In this monthly round-up Virtuoso Legal review at the top 10 IP stories from the month from serious to… not so serious. Read more:
Virtuoso Legal successfully apply for the transfer of proceedings to the IPEC from the High Court in case against Twentieth Century Fox.
Virtuoso Legal Successfully Defend Leading Scientists in Breach of Confidence Case Brought by Invista Textiles (UK) Limited
Virtuoso Legal successfully defend VideraBio Limited and Drs Botes, Chokkathukalam and Chen in High Court breach of confidence claims brought by industry giant, Invista Textiles (UK) Limited.
Beginning a new role is always an exciting experience, with new responsibilities, working environments and colleagues to become familiar with. However, in some cases, leaving one employer and joining another can become your worst nightmare.
Virtuoso Legal Successfully Defend Individual in Injunction from Ex-Employer Relating to Restrictive Covenants and Non-Compete Clauses
Virtuoso Legal have successfully defended Jing Lu in an injunction brought against him relating to restrictive covenants in an employment agreement.
Public Domain Day 2019 marks the release of several prominent copyright works and hints toward a more open future.
As the door closes on 2018, and 2019 comes into sharp relief; Virtuoso Legal team have compiled a set of resolutions to help businesses progress in 2019.
Jordan qualifies as a solicitor Virtuoso Legal are delighted to announce that Jordan Davies has qualified as a solicitor as of the 3rd of December, 2018. Jordan had joined the firm in 2017, as...
Virtuoso Legal were delighted to host clients and supporters at Harewood House for a special festive celebration. Click here to find out more.
From the mounting backlash against the EU’s sweeping plan for enforcing copyright on the internet, to whether it subsists in the taste of cheese – November was a month like no other in the world of IP.