Employment and Pensions Law (25 March – 8 April)

Employment News Employers must make ‘action plans, not excuses’ over gender pay People Management – 5 April As the deadline for the second year of gender pay gap reporting has come to a close,... Read more

IP & IT Law (25 March – 8 April)

IP & IT News Toyota Driving for Electric Vehicle Cooperation? Reddie & Grose – 5 April Toyota has followed in the footsteps of Tesla and are offering royalty-free licenses for almost 24,000... Read more

Resolution Conference 2019: Living in Interesting Times

Despite the many issues which seem to divide our country, no one can doubt that we are currently living in “interesting times”. Although I will, in a moment, say something briefly about Brexit, my... Read more

Immigration Law (18 March – 1 April)

Immigration News Foreign Office admits it doesn't know fate of DRC returnees The Guardian – 29 March Human rights organisation, Justice First, has obtained internal emails from the Home Office... Read more

Family Law (18 March – 1 April)

Family News Legal aid granted on basis of domestic or child abuse evidence rose by 16 per cent in last quarter Family Law Week – 31 March The Ministry of Justice's Legal Aid Statistics for October... Read more

Bloomsbury IP&IT Briefing: March Teaser

The past month has seen two meaty cases decided by the Patents Court, a ruling on stays in trade mark disputes from the Court of Appeal and interesting trade mark and design judgments from the... Read more

Court control of evidence

Case management and Civil Procedure Rules 1998 Case management arrived with a whisper with a ‘Case management practice direction’ in family proceedings in 1995. It was taken up enthusiastically by... Read more

IP & IT Law (11 March – 25 March)

IP & IT News Jaguar wins landmark case against Chinese copy of Evoque model The Guardian – 22 March A court in Beijing has ruled in favour of Jaguar Land Rover in its legal battle against Chinese... Read more

Employment and Pensions Law (11 March – 25 March)

Employment News Employers ‘still taking the wrong approach to diversity’ People Management – 22 March Attendees at the Future Talent Conference in London have heard that employers are still taking... Read more

The end of gating orders, dog control orders and drinking in public places orders

The introduction of the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 spelt the end of the old methods of placing controls on public spaces. The Act created Public Spaces Protection Orders... Read more

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