Under the leadership of Austrian owner Dietrich Mateschitz, Red Bull has embarked on epic forays into culture, racing, and even space have made the brand a global phenomenon. With these activities, Mateschitz’s company has...
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The IP Top 10 of last month’s interesting headlines from around the globe; including: Kanye West, Superman, Rod Stewart and more.
Court of Appeal deny Language Empire Limited permission to appeal drawing a close to the landmark IPEC case with thebigword.
Congratulations, Gemma Wilson! Virtuoso Legal are delighted to announce that Gemma Wilson qualified as a solicitor on the 15th of May, 2019.
INVISTA TEXTILES: What does it take to make an offer to settle “unjust?” Philip Partington disucsses our recent breach of confidence case defending ex-Invista employees.
April’s IP Top 10 has a host of new stories to amuse and amaze. Highlights include: David Beckham’s Inter infringement and more.
Virtuoso Legal obtains indemnity costs award and interim payment in excess of £100,000 for Jing Lu in defending expedited High Court breach of confidence case by FreshAsia Foods
Nike sue OneMix: Background On 26 February 2019, athletics giant Nike filed a lawsuit against Chinese footwear producer OneMix in the United States district court in the northern district of Illinois. The claim brought...
Harder Times There was a time in the 1970’s when the UK’s economy was on the floor. In 1976 the UK’s Government sent Labour Prime Minister James Callahan to ask the IMF for a...
Virtuoso Legal successfully defend leading scientists against Invista Textiles’ “unjust” Part 36 Offer, awarded substantial interim costs payment
Virtuoso Legal successfully defend leading scientists against Invista Textiles’ “unjust” Part 36 Offer, awarded substantial interim costs payment.
Virtuoso Legal are delighted to announce an conclusive end to the Argos v Argos case, with Argos UK’s appeal to the Supreme Court denied.
IP Top 10! (It’s that time again) In this edition, intern Oscar Guardo looks at a host of stories from March which includes Apple vs. Pear!!?
Twentieth Century Fox appeal to transfer proceedings from the IPEC back to the High Court: Refused. Cyclone v Twentieth Century Fox.
Virtuoso Legal welcome James Gilmer to our London team as a trainee solicitor.
Much ado about “Article 13”, or is it 17?: Since this summer’s European Parliament’s changes on the Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market, “Article 13” has been on everyone’s lips. This post...