New laws will protect company directors from identity fraud, says business minister

February 22nd, 2018

New laws will make it easier for company directors to remove personal addresses from the company register, in response to reports that criminals are using the details to commit identity fraud.

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Joelson makes shortlist for international GamblingCompliance award

February 21st, 2018

  The Licensing, Gaming and Regulatory team at one of London’s leading law firms, Joelson, has been shortlisted at this year’s Global Regulatory Awards. Run by GamblingCompliance – a leading provider of independent legal, regulatory and business intelligence to the international gambling industry – the awards are a highlight of the gambling sector’s calendar. Created … Continue reading “Joelson makes shortlist for international GamblingCompliance award”

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Iconic singer-songwriter caught up in trademark dispute with wedding planner

February 20th, 2018

American singer-songwriter Beyonce has found herself caught up in a legal dispute with an events planning company after attempting to trademark her daughter’s name in the beauty and fashion sectors.

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Tough new rules introduced for gambling advertisements promoting free bets and bonuses

February 15th, 2018

On Wednesday 14 February 2018, the Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP) published guidance setting out how gambling operators must promote free bets and bonuses in gambling advertising.

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Woman claims that her artwork was used without permission

February 13th, 2018

An artist born and raised in London has accused the team behind one of this year’s highest-profile film releases of infringing her copyright.

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The Government sets out plans for changes to employment law

February 13th, 2018

Ministers have this week outlined plans for a major shake-up of employment rights, London employment lawyers Joelson reports.

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London employment lawyers Joelson reports on a high-stakes equal pay case

February 13th, 2018

Supermarket giant Tesco could have to pay out in the region of £4billion, should it lose a high-profile legal battle over its employees’ pay.

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UKEF increases drive to bring international business opportunities to UK

February 8th, 2018

The UK Export Finance (UKEF) group has appointed three new panel members to prepare to bring more international business opportunities to the UK.

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Writer claims glossy new drama has breached his copyright

February 6th, 2018

A writer has alleged that a big-budget British drama series has borrowed extensively from a short film he penned more than a decade ago.

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Campaigners lose key property battle

February 2nd, 2018

A long-running legal wrangle over leasehold costs has been settled in favour of one of London’s major freeholders.

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