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Lineker row hits BBC Scotland sports output

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BBC Scotland has curtailed its sports coverage amid the ongoing row over Gary Lineker.

The Match of the Day presenter was taken off air after tweeting about the UK government’s new migration law, prompting a row over

Some (General Court) Decisions Put a SMILE on Your Face

We are used to decisions about non-traditional trade marks not deserving protection in the European Union, leading to the inevitable conclusion that non-traditional trade marks can be difficult to register and keep on the register.

The recent McCain decision of

Law Firm Marketing & Law Office Management

Marketing of legal services can be a challenging endeavor. With the major changes impacting the industry, and a greater emphasis placed on legal operations and efficiency in the delivery of services, law firm marketing departments are under enormous pressure to

A case of design –

Burley J has ruled that Uniden’s XTrak mobile radio product would infringe GME’s registered design.

Uniden had begun displaying in Australia images of its Xtrak product on its website and in its online shop, but was not yet selling the

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