Posted Tuesday 23rd February 2021
Following the UK Supreme Court’s landmark ruling granting Uber drivers worker status, Jennifer Maxwell-Harris comments on this decision and the impact it will have on the gig economy.
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IP Partner, Jo Gregory, has written for the Vegan Trade Journal explaining the importance of a company securing their IP at an early stage.
Insights into Emma Vantine's time at Joelson working with female founders.
In the latest intellectual property dispute between retail giants Marks and Spencer (M&S) and Aldi, the High Court has ruled in favour of M&S after finding that Aldi had imitated its Christmas themed gin bottles. The decision comes only a year after the infamous Colin and Cuthbert Caterpillar dispute took social media by storm and was settled by the retailers.
Following a string of work-based sex discrimination and sexual harassment headlines in recent years, the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) has become the latest to be accused of a toxic work culture, following the release of a BBC documentary detailing allegations of sexually discriminatory behaviour in the workplace.