Your chance to influence the future regime governing exhaustion of IP rights in the UK
1 min to read
15 June 2021
Your chance to influence the future regime governing exhaustion of IP rights in the UK
The UK Government has launched a much-anticipated consultation on the exhaustion of IP rights.  It is widely recognised that there will not be a consensus given the contentious nature of this subject,...
PODCAST - Demystifying Intellectual Property and NFTs (Non Fungible Tokens)
1 min to read
11 June 2021
PODCAST – Demystifying Intellectual Property and NFTs (Non Fungible Tokens)
2021 has been the year Non Fungible Tokens (NFTs) have entered the public conscious, with the mainstream media highlighting a range of high profile NFTs being purchased for substantial sums. Rebecca...
Recent initiatives impacting the digital sector
Recent initiatives impacting the digital sector
Recent months have seen a veritable flurry of legislative, regulatory and soft law initiatives and proposals. The measures often tackle similar sectors – all things digital often being in the eye of the...
Innovation, cybersecurity and the energy infrastructure
1 min to read
04 May 2021
Innovation, cybersecurity and the energy infrastructure
As a vital system in modern society, energy infrastructure is a prime target for adversaries and represents a critical vulnerability deserving of special attention. Energy infrastructure and supply chain...
Users as digital assets: highlights from a tax perspective
2 min to read
28 April 2021
Users as digital assets: highlights from a tax perspective
In recent years, the developing digital age has completely modified the approach of enterprises to how they operate business. Globalisation and the ability to reach consumers through digital platforms...
EU law meets state communications surveillance – what consequences for UK data protection adequacy?
9 min to read
30 November 2020
EU law meets state communications surveillance – what consequences for UK data protection adequacy?
In July 2020 the CJEU Schrems II judgment invalidated the EU-US Privacy Shield under the provisions of EU data protection law governing transfers of data to third countries. The CJEU decided...
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