LAWLETTER – January 2013
31st January, 2013
In this issue we have news of our recent successful application to become an Alternative Business Structure and what it means for our business and clients click here to read more on that story.
From our legal experts we have articles on the importance of ensuring your contracts are drafted properly, tips for business owners during divorce, and issues surrounding the use of family names in trade marks.
We also have plenty of events coming up, including an IP seminar with the Intellectual Property Office and a Mock Tribunal in association with Acas. Details of all events can be found below.
Andy Duxbury, CEO
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