The Cypriot Ministry of Energy, Commerce and Tourism has this week suffered a major blow in its ongoing UK trademark protection battle for its famous cheese, Halloumi.Read More
It's widely appreciated that architects can be appointed to provide a professional service which carries with it a required duty of care. The architect must perform their duties properly and failure to do so means they may be liable for damages. Here we look at a few important cases where the architect’s services and duty of care have been called into question.Read More
This month I am looking at scope again but in the context of professional retainer rather than a scope of works. (Please see last month’s article on Clancy Docwra -v- E.On).Read More
Brexit is causing and will continue to cause economic uncertainty for a while to come. While so much surrounding Brexit remains unclear, it is important to understand how the construction sector will be impacted and what can be done to reduce its affects.Read More
Cheltenham-based, Top 200 law firm BPE Solicitors has acted for London-based location data intelligence company, Location Sciences Group, in their second round of funding through placing shares and open offer, which raised £2.95million.
The country is eagerly awaiting the decision in the case of the European Medicines Agency against its Landlord, Canary Wharf Group following the trial at the beginning of 2019. The decision in this case, which will have implications both in relation to property and from a wider commercial contracts perspective, will be available in the coming weeks.Read More